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Mr Grant Stirling

Lecturer/ Student Competitions Coordinator

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Business, Law and Politics
  • The Law School

Summary

Grant Stirling joined the University of Hull in September 2016 after he became involved in teaching at the University of Edinburgh. Prior to entering academia, he worked as a solicitor in private practice and is qualified in both England and Scotland. Grant teaches on a number of courses at Hull and is the staff coordinator for student competitions in mooting, client interviewing and negotiation.

Undergraduate

Foundation: - Law in the Headlines Undergraduate: - Contract Law (convenor) - Tort law Postgraduate - EU Competition Law (convenor)

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

The Evidential Value of National Regulatory Infringement Decisions for the Purposes of Private Damages Actions: Trying to Establish what Really Does "Follow-on"

Stirling, G. (2019). The Evidential Value of National Regulatory Infringement Decisions for the Purposes of Private Damages Actions: Trying to Establish what Really Does "Follow-on". Global Competition Litigation Review, 12(4), 168-178

It's a conspiracy! Or is it" The difficulty with the economic torts as 'alternative' causes of action for competition law damages actions in UK courts

Stirling, G. (2017). It's a conspiracy! Or is it? The difficulty with the economic torts as 'alternative' causes of action for competition law damages actions in UK courts. Journal of European Competition Law and Practice, 8(4), 233-241. https://doi.org/10.1093/jeclap/lpw085