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Antitrust Law Research Guide: Getting Started

Antitrust Law - Introduction

This research guide covers the resources available to members of the Loyola community who are researching U.S. Antitrust Law.  Antitrust laws prohibit business practices such as monopolies and price-fixing that unreasonably deprive consumers of the benefits of competition.  While some antitrust laws exist at the state level, most of the controlling primary law in this area is federal law; consequently, this guide will mainly focus on federal law.

If you wish to research international or comparative competition law, please use our International & Comparative Competition Law Research Guide.

For information on the interplay between unfair competition law and intellectual property law, please see the Unfair Competition/Antitrust page of our Intellectual Property Research Guide.

Access to some of the electronic resources included in this guide is limited to users who have a valid Loyola ID and password; access to other resources is restricted to the law school community only.

If you have any questions about using any of the sources listed in this guide, or any other reference questions, please contact one of our Reference Librarians at (312) 915-7205, by e-mail at, or in person at the Reference Desk (Law Library, 3rd floor).

The Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies

Primary Sources

Study Aids

The Law Library provides online access to these study aids (and many other study aids) for current Loyola Law students through our subscriptions to West Academic Study AidsAspen Learning Library, and LexisNexis Digital Library. A valid Loyola Law School ID and password are required for remote access to these subscription services.

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