There are many opportunities for interested Antitrust Section members to get involved in the work of the International Committee. These include writing or editing publications, helping organize programs and brown-bag lunch seminars, participating in drafting Section comments on international issues, and working on other policy issues. Several of the Committee's projects are described in the list below. If a project interests you, we encourage you to get in touch with the indicated contact person.
The International Antitrust Bulletin
We are always looking for articles for this quarterly publication focusing on developments in international competition law. We welcome ideas for articles as well as assistance with drafting or editing. Contact: John Taladay at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Committee holds several programs each year -- usually in the form of telephonic conferences. We welcome assistance in developing topics, identifying speakers, and organizing the programs. Contact: Julie Soloway at email@example.com or Casey Halladay at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Comments & Position Papers
We often organize task forces to draft comments and position papers on various proposals, papers, and draft foreign and domestic legislation and guidelines. Contact: Tom Collin at email@example.com or Krisztian Katona at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Committee regularly leads or contributes to SAL projects aimed at publishing substantive materials of interest to our members and by our members. The publications range from monographs, handbooks to practice guides and the like. Contact: Suzanne Wachsstock email@example.com or Tom Collin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Member Outreach
Our Committee strives to help involve new members and make membership a rewarding experience. We welcome assistance with this project. Contact the committee chair or any vice-chair.