Symposium: Antitrust and the Constitutional Order
William & Mary Law Review presents the Volume 60 Symposium: Antitrust and the Constitutional Order. The Symposium is co-sponsored by the Institute of Bill of Rights Law and the Center for the Study of Law and Markets. Panels will cover a range of topics in antitrust, including occupational licensing and criminal antitrust. Further, speakers will discuss the constitutional implications of modern antitrust regulations and case law.
Speakers and anticipated panels:
Antitrust and the First Amendment - Hillary Greene and Barak Richman
Economic Liberty: Competition and the Constitution - Rebecca Haw Allensworth, Barak Orbach, and Daniel Crane
Federalism Concerns in Antitrust Jurisprudence - Alan Meese, William Page, and Thomas Nachbar
Institutional Design of Antitrust Enforcement - William Kovacic and Daniel Sokol
Anticipated moderators include William & Mary Professor Nathan B. Oman and Professor Jonathan B. Baker from American University, Washington College of