Antitrust Law Developments

A How-to Guide

Olga Fleysh
As a new antitrust law associate, you will be inundated with resources the first time you research an antitrust law question.

As a new antitrust law associate, you will be inundated with resources the first time you research an antitrust law question.

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As a new antitrust law associate, you will be inundated with resources the first time you research an antitrust law question. Antitrust Law Developments (ALD) is just one resource among a heap of antitrust materials at your fingertips, including handbooks, treatises, competition news sources, and government websites. Each resource has a principal use; however, I find that the ALD—the ABA’s flagship antitrust publication—is the most prudent starting place for new associates facing an unfamiliar topic. 

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