The Antitrust Education Project is a response by legal scholars, thinkers and practitioners to the recent deterioration in American antitrust theory and application.

The Project teaches a new generation of Americans about the success of the centerpiece antitrust concept, the Consumer Welfare Standard. We use debate to challenge legal thinkers and practitioners to respond to the prevailing standard’s diagnosis of the weaknesses and dangers lurking in their theories.

To advance this mission, we produce videos, blogs, infographics, and opinion-editorials, and sponsor discussions and debates on a standard that, up until now, has governed antitrust law. We engage law schools, legal forums and judicial organizations. We welcome debate and aggressively seek out opposing views.