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Global Antitrust Institute

The Global Antitrust Institute is a leading international platform for research and education that focuses on the legal and economic analysis of key antitrust issues confronting competition agencies and courts around the world.

The Global Antitrust Institute:

  • Supports a variety of initiatives designed to strengthen the understanding of economics by antitrust law enforcers, judges, business executives, practitioners, and researchers;

  • Sponsors and conducts cutting-edge research into antitrust law and economics issues; and

  • Organizes seminars, conferences, innovative courses, and public lectures on topics relating to antitrust law and economics..

LLM in Law & Economics: Antitrust

Mason Law provides an unmatched opportunity to study antitrust and related law and economics issues through its LLM in Law & Economics: Antitrust. An esteemed faculty includes Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg (US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia and former head of the Antitrust Division of the US Department of Justice), Timothy J. Murris (former Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission), Joshua D. Wright (Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission), and Damien Geradin (partner in the Brussels office of Covington & Burling LLP), as well as, several PhD economists who are experts in the field of law and economics.

LLM students have unparalleled access to both scholars and activities of the LEC and GAI. To learn more about the LLM in Law & Economics: Antitrust please visit the website or see the brochure

 

 

Staff:

Bruce H. Kobayashi, Director, Global Antitrust Institute
bkobayas@gmu.edu | 703.993.8034

Jeffrey T. Smith, Coordinator, Henry G. Manne Programs
jsmithq@gmu.edu | 703.993.8382

Amanda Olsavsky Hu, Program Assistant, Henry G. Manne Programs
aolsavsk@gmu.edu | 703.993.9962

 

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