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The Milton Handler Lectures

The Executive Committee established the Milton Handler Lectures on January 3, l973. These lectures are given from time to time and are made possible by a generous endowment fund established by Professor Handler. The lectures are devoted to developments in the law of antitrust, a field of law in which Professor Handler was one of the leading authorities.

2011 Mark A. Lemley: William H. Neukom Professor of Law, Stanford Law School

2010, C. Scott Hemphill: Professor of Law and Milton Handler Fellow, Columbia Law School

2006 Dale Collins; David I. Meyer; Dr. Janusz A. Ordover; J. Thomas Rosch

2005 Dale Collins; Hon. Lewis A. Kaplan; Deborah A. Garza; William E. Kovacic

2004 Dale Collins; Hon. John D. Bates; Thomas O. Barnett; William E. Kovacic; John D. Harkrider; Margaret Guerin-Calvert

2002 Judge Frank H. Easterbrook; Timothy J. Muris; R. Hewitt Pate; Stephen M. Axinn

2001 Deborah P. Herman; Thomas B. Leary; Michael H. Byowitz; Jonathan M. Jacobson
" Significant Developments in Antitrust Practice and Jurisprudence over the last Year"

1999 Richard G. Parker; Constance K. Robinson;
Richard M. Steuer
“Developments in Anti-Trust Law”

1993 Eleanor M. Fox
“Antitrust, Trade and the 21st Century—
Rounding the Circle”

1990 Robert Pitofsky
“Antitrust’s Renascence”

1989 Phillip Areeda
Herbert Hovenkamp “Antitrust’s Protected Classes”

1987 Phillip Areeda
“Anticipating Antitrust’s Centennial—Session 2”

1986 Phillip Areeda
“Anticipating Antitrust’s Centennial—Session 1”

1985 Phillip Areeda
“Stalking the Rule of Reason”

1984 John J. Gibbons
“The Antitrust Jurisprudence of the Third Circuit”

1982 Earl E. Pollock
“Antitrust at the Circuit Court of Appeals Level—
The Antitrust Jurisprudence of the Seventh Circuit”

1981 Michael Malina
“The Antitrust Jurisprudence of the Second Circuit”

1977 Arlin M. Adams
“Justice John Marshall Harlan and the Antitrust Laws”

1975 Donald F. Turner
“The Scope of ‘Attempt to Monopolize’”

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