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Loyola University Chicago

Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies

School of Law

Publications

The Institute sponsors research by both faculty and students on topics relating to antitrust and consumer protection. The Institute website contains an on-line casebook, a plain English guide to antitrust laws, the papers from all Institute symposia, Working Papers on cutting edge topics in competition and consumer law, and the News and Views section containing shorter commentary on important developments in the field and reviews of new books in the field. Copies of the Institute Fact Sheets for antitrust and consumer law, current issues of the Institute newsletter, and other publications of the Institute are posted and updated regularly.

The Institute also hosts prominent scholars who teach and research at Loyola. Past visiting scholars have included experts from England, India, Israel, Italy, New Zealand, Pakistan, Poland, Switzerland, Turkey, and throughout the United States.

The Institute publishes a number of free publications in both electronic and hard copy format. To view and download any of these items click below. To obtain hard copies of any of these items, please contact the Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies at antitrust@luc.edu

 

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991: Adapting Consumer Protection to Changing Technology

 

Highlighted Publications:

Antitrust in Pop Culture: A Guide for Antitrust Gurus

Competition Policy in the Global Economy: An On-Line Casebook 

Consumer Protection in the United States: An Overview

Consumer Guide to Antitrust

Institute Fact Sheet on Antitrust Law

Institute Fact Sheet on Consumer Protection Law

Shaping the Future of Competition and Consumer Protection Policy

 

Loyola Consumer Law Review- This student run publication, the only one of its kind in the nation, focuses on current developments in consumer law. The Review covers such issues as advertising, financing, debt collection, product safety, professional services, insurance and consumer credit. Stipends are available to the editorial staff. Membership is open to all students via a write-on competition.

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