The Economics Institute for Judges is the LEC’s flagship program. It addresses fundamental economic issues that are often at the heart of legal disputes. Through intensive classroom lectures and discussions, judges are given a solid grounding in economics, finance, and statistics. The practical relevance of these disciplines is emphasized through the interactive analysis of numerous … Continue reading “Economics Institute for Judges”

The Judicial Seminar on the Political Economy of Economic Freedom is a NEW 2021 offering from the Law & Economics Center at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School. Against the backdrop of fundamental principles regarding the maintenance of economic freedom, the proper limits of government authority, and capitalism unhindered by arbitrary or expansive power, potential judicial … Continue reading “Judicial Seminar on the Political Economy of Economic Freedom”

The emerging antitrust frontier is set to change dramatically the way competition is regulated, and it is being shaped by a confluence of forces — including increased attention from Congress to antitrust issues and a renewed appreciation for the power antitrust laws can wield to control economic players; unconventional coalitions forming to use antitrust as … Continue reading “The Changing Antitrust Frontier: Study Group for State Solicitors General & State Attorneys General”