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Antitrust Law Research Guide

This treatise finder points researchers to the preeminent treatises and study aids on antitrust and trade law in print and electronic formats.


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Professional Organizations & Associations

  • American Bar Association - Section of Antitrust Law
    Web site for the Antitrust Section of the American Bar Association. The American Bar Association promotes education in the justice system and works to increase the public's understanding of the law and legal profession.

Government Agencies, Think-Tanks, & Advocacy Groups

  • American Antitrust Institute
    The American Antitrust Institute is an independent Washington-based non-profit education, research, and advocacy organization. Its mission is to "increase the role of competition, assure that competition works in the interests of consumers, and challenge abuses of concentrated economic power in the American and world economy."
  • Federal Trade Commission, Antitrust Resources
    "The FTC's antitrust arm, the Bureau of Competition, seeks to prevent business practices that restrain competition." Contains various public documents including: Commission and Staff Advisory Opinions, Commission Advisory Opinions and Staff Opinion Letters.
  • U.S. Department of Justice - Antitrust Division
    "The Department of Justice Antitrust Division promotes and protects the competitive process through the enforcement of antitrust laws. Their web site contains the latest antitrust information including public documents and antitrust case filings since December, 1994."

Sources for Statistics in the Area or Subject

There are a number of sources that contain statistics relating to antitrust law and policy, but few devoted exclusively to the subject. The Department of Justice's Antirust Division makes available a number of reports and other documents, many of which contain statistical data. The Federal Trade Commission also makes some reports available.

These are only a few of the potential sources for antitrust statistics. For a comprehensive list of statistical sources and advice on conducting statistical research, please see our Statistics & Empirical Legal Studies Research Guide.