Tuesday, September 26, 2017

ABA Antitrust Section’s Legislation Committee is seeking up to three student volunteers to be policy monitors

The ABA Antitrust Section’s Legislation Committee is seeking up to three student volunteers who are interested in contributing to the Antitrust Section by monitoring states’ legislative developments relating to antitrust and consumer protection.  Each student will monitor legislative developments in two or three states and prepare blog posts on developments of interest to the antitrust community.  The blog posts are widely distributed to antitrust practitioners and FTC and DOJ officials.  Students may also be selected to contribute to the Committees’ annual newsletters.  This project is a great way to start gaining exposure within the antitrust community.  If interested, please contact aleksandr.livshits@friedfrank.com, and include a resume or a short bio. 

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/antitrustprof_blog/2017/09/aba-antitrust-sections-legislation-committee-is-seeking-up-to-three-student-volunteers-to-be-policy-.html

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