Michelle is a competition lawyer and author of Competition is Killing Us: How Big Business is Harming Our Society and Planet – and What to Do About It (Penguin, 2020), which was chosen as one of the Financial Times’ Best Books of the Year. Her writing has been featured in the Financial Times and the Guardian. She is a Senior Policy Fellow at the University College London Centre for Law, Economics and Society and co-founder of the Balanced Economy Project, an international anti-monopoly alliance. She has published many academic papers and been invited to lecture and present at leading academic institutions including Harvard, Yale, and Oxford. She has presented to audiences around the world and regularly appears on TV and radio. Michelle practised for several years as a competition lawyer and competition policy expert for Magic Circle Law firms, national regulators and the International Finance Corporation. Michelle has a B.A. in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford and a Masters in Law from Georgetown.