38, partner at Euclid Law at London and Brussels I studied competition law at King’s College, London in 2001–2002 under Professor Richard Whish QC. It was just before the Enterprise Act 2002 came into force, and it was a very exciting time. Professor Whish was – and remains – an outstanding teacher, and I think that many of us who were taught by him caught the competition law bug. When I started my training contract, I was drawn to the intellectual challenge of practising competition law and the intersection between law, economics and business. This remains what I enjoy most about practising competition law: getting to really understand a business so that the advice can be tailored to suit the specific market and the commercial realities of that company.