Richard Scheelings is a commercial barrister based in Sydney. He is regularly briefed in commercial litigation in courts throughout Australia, and has recently appeared in a number of cases in the High Court in complex constitutional law and competition law matters. Richard has appeared in court on behalf of a number of ASX-listed companies and for corporate executives. Prior to his call to the bar, Richard practiced in the competition team of a top-three Australian law firm, was an associate to the then President of the Australian Competition Tribunal, and worked overseas in management consulting supporting large-scale competition law litigation by magic circle law firms (including a stint in the Commission’s competition division in Brussels). He has a PhD in economics from UCLA in Los Angeles, and has co-written academic articles in economics and in law, including a US law review article in comparative competition law with a former US FTC commissioner.