Ryan joined The City Law School in September 2018. He is the module leader for the LLB Competition Law elective, and also teaches Public Law on the GDL programme.
Ryan's research interests lie at the intersection between competition law and legal theory. In September 2018 he submitted his PhD thesis ("EU Competition Law and the Rule of Law: Justification and Realisation") to the London School of Economics, written under the supervision of Professor Pablo Ibáñez Colomo and Professor Martin Loughlin. He taught Public Law on the LLB programme and Competition Law on the LSE Summer School.
Ryan also holds degrees from the University of Oxford (Bachelor of Civil Law, Distinction) where he specialised in EU Law, broadly defined, and the LSE (LLB, First Class).
- PhD (awaiting viva), London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom, Oct 2014
- Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL), University of Oxford, United Kingdom, Oct 2013 – Jul 2014
- LLB, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom, Oct 2010 – Jul 2013
- Postgraduate Certificate of Higher Education, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, United Kingdom
- Lecturer in Law, City, University of London, Sep 2018 – present
Memberships of professional organisations
- Associate Fellowship, Higher Education Academy, Jul 2016 – present
- Stones, R. (2018). Book Review: The Normative Foundations of European Competition Law: Assessing the Goals of Antitrust through the Lens of Legal Philosophy. European Competition and Regulatory Law Review, 2(1), pp. 65–69. doi:10.21552/core/2018/1/13.
- Stones, R. (2016). The Google Saga.
- XXXth Competition Law Scholars Forum Workshop: Antitrust at the Intersection of Law and Economics. (Workshop) University of Graz, Austria (2018).
Paper: The Chicago School of Antitrust and the ‘More Economic Approach’ to EU Competition Law: A Mistaken Inspiration?
Author: Stones, R.
- LSE Law Lunchtime Seminar Series. (Seminar) London School of Economics, London, UK (2017).
Paper: Competition Policy and the Rule of Law: A Summary of the Case for Rule-Based Market Interventions
Author: Stones, R.