Max Huffman joined the McKinney School of Law faculty in 2008. He teaches Antitrust, Comparative and International Antitrust, Secured Transactions, Bankruptcy, and Payment Systems. He has twice won the Faculty Leadership Award, as well as awards for his teaching.
Professor Huffman has published his scholarship on antitrust, consumer law, bankruptcy, and related topics in a wide variety of books and law journals. His recent work has focussed on the gig economy, with attention to issues of cartel behavior, labor organization, and algorithmic pricing. He is a regular speaker on antitrust and consumer law topics both in the US and overseas. He is Faculty Director of Online Programs.
Professor Huffman is an Order of the Coif graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Law and earned his undergraduate degree in mathematics at Cornell University. Before returning to the academy, Professor Huffman was in private practice; was a trial attorney with the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice and a Special Assistant United States Attorney (criminal), and clerked for Judge Stephen Trott on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.