Mr. Daniel Muheme, Belgium
Languages: Dutch, French, and English
Mr. Daniel Muheme holds a master degree in law from the University of Antwerp (2012) and an LL.M. in European competition and intellectual property law from the University of Liège (2013). During his studies, he took part in an exchange program at the Université Laval, Canada (2011). Mr. Muheme completed an internship at the European Commission’s Competition Directorate-General and then worked as a full-time research and teaching assistant in European and Belgium competition law at the University of Liège – Liege Competition and Innovation Institute (LCII). After these first experiences, Mr. Muheme combined his research position with his career as a lawyer in a boutique law firm and at one of the largest Belgium national firms in Brussels, where he practiced competition law and general business law. Mr. Muheme joined George Mason this fall 2016 to pursue an LL.M. in Law & Economics with antitrust focus.
Mr. Scott Robins, United States
Mr. Scott Robins was brought up in New York City and graduated from the Hofstra School of Law. Following law school he was a litigator for the Tennessee Valley Authority and worked in private law firms for ten years. For the past eighteen years Mr. Robins has practiced law as an in-house counsel for a large corporation. His specialties are employee benefits law and corporate law. He is retiring this summer 2016 to pursue the LL.M. in Law and Economics with an Antitrust Focus at Scalia Law School, George Mason University. Mr. Robins has a daughter, age 29, and a son, age 25, who recently graduated law school. He lives in Rockville, Maryland with his wife and Elmer the dog.