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Antitrust Law

Getting Started


This guide is meant to help you research the laws and information concerning antitrust issues. The goal is to provide a useful, but not exhaustive, list of resources. You may also want to review the Library Guide on Mergers & Acquisitions.

Research requires analysis and synthesis of information, and no one resource will likely provide sufficient information or data on any given topic. The Legal Information Institute at Cornell has an excellent overview of Antitrust Law you may want to review if this is your first exposure to antitrust laws.

For many of these databases, you will need your Harvard University ID and PIN.  For others, you may need to register to gain access.  If you have any trouble accessing a database, please contact the library.

Need more one-on-one help researching your specific issue? Email Tim McAllister at with questions.

Research Librarian

Tim McAllister
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Primary Sources

Federal Antitrust Laws & Regulations

State Antitrust Law provides a list with links to state antitrust law overviews and agencies.

The ABA publishes a book on State Antitrust Practice and Statutes.  Find it in Hollis+

Bloomberg's State Antitrust Law Directory.  (Registration required)


Secondary Sources

Journals & Articles

Google Scholar


Search Law Journal Library


US Federal Government Agencies

These agencies and organizations enforce, explain, and provide guidance on antitrust laws.

Practice Materials & Study Aids

News & Current Awareness

News Resources


DoJ Antitrust Press Releases


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