Mohamed Lamine DAHMANI is a Junior Consultant at Lear. At Lear, he is involved in numerous antitrust litigations, as well as policy assessment and regulation projects.
Mohamed earned a master’s degree in economics from the University of Tor Vergata in 2021. His thesis focused on the estimation of damages caused by bid-rigging in scoring procurement auctions. Throughout his master’s program, he cultivated a keen interest in antitrust economics.
Before joining Lear, he earned a Master of Engineering in Control System Engineering from Ecole Nationale Polytechnique. Throughout his engineering internships, he gained exposure to diverse industry sectors, including Energy, Transportation, and Automotive. Moreover, he worked as a research engineer at the Centre for the Development of Advanced Technologies (CDTA) in Algeria. In this capacity, he played a pivotal role in delivering innovative and efficient technical solutions to numerous businesses in Algeria.
Mohamed is fluent in English, French, and Arabic.