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Antitrust Courses Can Teach Valuable Practical Skills—If Taught Well

BY | June 12, 2015

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Steven Cernak, Jun 12, 2015 Law schools are being pushed by accreditation bodies, law firms, and students themselves…

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle

Steven Cernak, Jun 12, 2015

Law schools are being pushed by accreditation bodies, law firms, and students themselves to offer additional practical alternatives for students, all in the search for experiential learning. Antitrust law, with arcane concepts like economist’s curves, Herfindahls, and two-sided markets, would not seem a good candidate for such learning. I believe, however, that antitrust law offers up several possible

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