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Publication Committees - Antitrust Magazine

Publication Committees - Antitrust Magazine

Antitrust Magazine Publication Procedures

ANTITRUST is the premier magazine devoted exclusively to antitrust. It has a circulation of about 8,000, which goes to all ABA Antitrust Section members in the United States and abroad, and to individual subscribers and libraries.

ANTITRUST magazine is published three times a year by the American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law in December (Fall), March (Spring), and July (Summer). Issues may include cover stories on a theme, other articles and features, developments, interviews, a letter from the Section Chair, letters to the editor and advertisements for Section periodicals and programs.



Miller, Tina
Wrobel, Gregory


Didden, Damian
Fales, Lisa
Haider, Laila
Harkrider, John
Jaeckel, Jeffrey
Kestenbaum, Janis
Keyte, James
Kolasky, William
Kress, James
Lee, Belinda
Lerner, Kellie
Lindsay, Michael
Meriwether, Ellen
Meyer, Christine
Moore, Robin
Murino, Andrea
O'Connor, Jason
Pace, Jack
Pfaffenroth, Sonia
Prisbrey, Jeffrey
Schwalbert, Michael
Simmons, Ian
Skitol, Robert
Soven, Joshua
Tom, Willard
Turner, Vanessa
Wood, Lisa

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Modified by Diane Odom on October 2, 2015

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