Antitrust in an Information Age
Paul St. Clair (3L) delivered the second Student Scholars Series lecture of the semester entitled “Antitrust in an Information Age” on February 13. St. Clair decided on this topic after noticing a rise in both left and right leaning economists calling for antitrust regulation in big tech. Randy Long served as the respondent for St. Clair's lecture. Long is a Director of Competition & Consumer Protection Policy at Microsoft's Washington, D.C. office.
A summary of the event is available here.
St. Clair, Paul, "Antitrust in an Information Age" (2019). Student Scholar Series. 32.