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.
The Antitrust Law Section Benefits for New Lawyers
The Antitrust Section offers many benefits and resources for young lawyers, economists, and law students interested in antitrust law and consumer protection issues. Antitrust Section membership offers countless opportunities to help you expand your professional network, keep apprised of substantive developments in law and economics, and sharpen your practice skills.