TAP@Yale welcomes undergraduates, graduate students from all parts of the university, and post-docs to learn more about antitrust and conduct projects that make meaningful contributions to the academic understanding of the topic. We convene discussions, connect students with faculty experts and outside policymakers, and sponsor research projects. Throughout everything we do, TAP@Yale seeks to maintain a bottom-up orientation by bringing in speakers and creating projects that further student interests.
Please contact us if you're interested in getting involved: TAP@yale.edu.
Janet D. Steiger Fellowship
This fellowship provides paid summer clerkships for law students to work on consumers protection issues in the offices of State Attorneys General across the country. Applications are due October 30th. More information can be found here. Sponsored by the American Bar Association.
Antitrust Courses at Yale
(not all courses are taught every academic year)
Yale School of Management
Advanced Competition Economics and Policy (Spring)
Competitive Strategy (Fall)
Yale Law School
Alvin Klevorick, John Thomas Smith Professor of Law and Professor of Economics
Antitrust and the Information Economy (Fall)
Jonathan Baker, Research Professor of Law, American University Washington College of Law and Visiting Professor of Law, Yale
Antitrust Class Action (Fall)
Kit A. Pierson, Visiting Lecturer in Law
Antitrust Directed Research (Fall)
George L. Priest, Edward J. Phelps Professor of Law and Economics