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Monday, March 18, 2013

Lateral Move: Judge Douglas Ginsburg from NYU to George Mason

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Judge Douglas Ginsburg (NYU Law and the DC Circuit) has decided to make a lateral move from NYU Law to George Mason Law. Judge Ginsburg served as the Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust under Reagan and also served as Judge on the DC Circuit. He has continued to write on antitrust issues over the years and will teach antitrust at George Mason this fall. I also believe that between Judge Ginsburg and Tim Muris (former Chairman of the FTC), George Mason will be the only school in law school history to have agency heads of both antitrust agencies on the same faculty. See the press release here. This is a major lateral move.

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Holy cow.

Posted by: Chris Sagers | Mar 19, 2013 5:21:37 AM

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