A Reluctant Standard-Bearer For Chicago School Antitrust

By Max Huffman

This article addressed the role the late Justice Scalia played in the U.S. Supreme Court’s antitrust decisions during his tenure on the Court. Was Justice Scalia rightly considered a prominent member of the Chicago School of antitrust thought and policy? Leading proponents are – or were – Robert Bork, Justice Scalia’s colleague on the D.C. Circuit; and Richard Posner and Frank Easterbrook, both also Chicago Law School professors turned judges. What was Justice Scalia’s impact on the antitrust body of law?

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