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The Next Generation of Antitrust Scholarship Conference NYU School of Law January 29, 2010 Co-sponsored by NYU School of Law, American Association of Law Schools – Antitrust and Trade Regulation Section and the American Bar Association – Antitrust Section
Conference Co-organizers
Harry First – NYU School of Law
Ilene Knable Gotts – Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz Edward Cavanaugh – St. John’s School of Law D. Daniel Sokol – University of Florida Law Levin College of Law
This conference is the first ever conference for the Next Generation of Antitrust Scholars.  Much has changed in both the law and economic theory of antitrust in the past 30 years.  The purpose of this event is to convene a conference of the next generation of antitrust law professors (people who started their teaching career in or after 2000) and provide them an opportunity to present their latest research.  Senior antitrust scholars and practitioners in the field will comment on the papers.
Submissions are open to professors around the world.  Papers will be accepted based upon the highest scores given to the 1,000-2,000 word abstract or full article submitted. Speakers who are accepted by an abstract must have a completed draft of the paper ready two weeks before the conference.
The conference organizers will not pay for any expenses for speakers or discussants.  Refreshments at the conference, however, will be provided free of charge.
Please send abstracts of papers or completed drafts to nyuantitrustconference2010@gmail.com.  Please email any questions about the conference to nyuantitrustconference2010@gmail.com.
The deadline for submissions is November 20, 2009.  Participants will be notified by November 30, 2009.

The Next Generation of Antitrust Scholarship Conference NYU School of Law January 29, 2010 Co-sponsored by NYU School of Law, American Association of Law Schools – Antitrust and Trade Regulation Section and the American Bar Association – Antitrust Section

Conference Co-organizers

Harry First – NYU School of Law

Ilene Knable Gotts – Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz Edward Cavanaugh – St. John’s School of Law

D. Daniel Sokol – University of Florida Law Levin College of Law

This conference is the first ever conference for the Next Generation of Antitrust Scholars.  Much has changed in both the law and economic theory of antitrust in the past 30 years.  The purpose of this event is to convene a conference of the next generation of antitrust law professors (people who started their teaching career in or after 2000) and provide them an opportunity to present their latest research.  Senior antitrust scholars and practitioners in the field will comment on the papers.

Submissions are open to professors around the world.  Papers will be accepted based upon the highest scores given to the 1,000-2,000 word abstract or full article submitted. Speakers who are accepted by an abstract must have a completed draft of the paper ready two weeks before the conference.

The conference organizers will not pay for any expenses for speakers or discussants.  Refreshments at the conference, however, will be provided free of charge.

Please send abstracts of papers or completed drafts to nyuantitrustconference2010@gmail.com.  Please email any questions about the conference to nyuantitrustconference2010@gmail.com.

The deadline for submissions is November 20, 2009.  Participants will be notified by November 30, 2009.

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Written by Nicolas Petit

18 October 2009 at 4:18 pm

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