BA (Sussex), LLM (London), co-editor Utilities Law Review
Telephone: 0116 252 2355
Cosmo Graham is a competition lawyer and a public lawyer who specialises in the law relating to the regulation of public utilities. He is the Director of the Centre for Consumers and Essential Services (CCES). He was a member of the Competition Commission from 1999 to 2008.
Regulation of public utilities, competition law, administrative law, constitutional law
EU and Uk Competition Law (London, Longmans, forthcoming 2010)
“The Politics of Necessity: electricity and water in Great Britain” (2006) Journal of Consumer Policy, 29, 435-448. Available at; http://www.springerlink.com/content/j73827t058737480/
“Essential Facilities and Services of General Interest” (2007) Diritto e Politiche Dell’Unione Europea, 1, 22-31.
- Regulating Public Utilities: A Constitutional Perspective, 2000, Hart Publishing, Oxford.
- “Judicial Review of the Decisions of the Competition Authorities and the Economic Regulators in the UK” in S Lavrijssen, O Essens and A Gerbrandy (eds) National Courts and the Standard of Review in Competition Law and Economic Regulation (2009) Europa Law Publishing
- Competition, Regulation and the New Economy, jointly edited with Fiona Smith, (2004), Hart Publishing, 206 pp.
- “Methods of Privatization” in D. Parker and D. Saas (eds) International Handbook on Privatization, (2003) Cheltenham, Edward Elgar. Pp. 87-101.
- “The Enterprise Act 2002 and Competition Law” (2004) Modern Law Review, 67, 273-88.
- “Human Rights and the Privatisation of Public Utilities and Essential Services” in K de Feyter and F Gomez Isa Privatisation and Human Rights in the Age of Globalisation, (2005), Antwerp-Oxford, Intersentia. Pp. 33-56