Sarah Long earns recommendations as an "insightful" practitioner with "broad sector experience" and "the ability to tackle a wide range of issues".
Sarah Long is a partner in the London office of Euclid Law. Sarah previously worked in the antitrust team of Allen & Overy in London, and prior to that spent three years working for the OECD competition committee in Paris, preparing for and managing high-level OECD roundtable meetings attended by heads of competition law enforcement agencies from around the world.
Sarah advises on all aspects of UK and EU competition law. She has significant experience working with both the CMA and European Commission on a number of high-profile cases including international cartel enforcement and leniency applications, anti-competitive agreements and practices including vertical restraints and resale price maintenance, abuse of dominance, merger control and UK market investigations. Sarah’s experience spans a variety of sectors including financial services, oil and gas, residential construction, consumer goods and travel. Sarah has particular expertise in online markets and the digital economy.
Sarah is recognised as one of 30 most notable competition professionals in private practice (Women@competition/Parr, February 2017). She is also recommended in The Legal 500 for being “very hard-working and capable” and providing “commercially focused advice” (The Legal 500, EU and competition, 2017 and 2018). Sarah has contributed to numerous academic publications in the competition field and regularly speaks at conferences across the EU, including on the relationship between gender inequality and competition policy. Sarah is co-editor of the Competition Law Journal and a CEDR-qualified mediator.