Samuel Sadden is the Editor in Chief of Competition Policy International. Based in New York, Sam joined CPI in 2016 as an editor and since 2018 is Editor in Chief. Sam holds a BA in French and Religious Studies from the University of Michigan, an MA in French Cultural Studies from Columbia University, a JD from the University of Iowa College of Law and an LLM in European Legal Studies from the College of Europe. Before joining CPI, Sam was an associate at a Brussels based law firm focusing on antitrust and trade matters. Additionally, Sam interned at the European Union’s General Court in Luxembourg as one of two participants in the US Embassy’s Dean Acheson Legal Stage program. He also interned at DG Competition at the European Commission as well as at the Brussels office of a leading American law firm. Sam is licensed to practice law in New York, New Jersey and D.C.