In U.S. v. Topco Associates, Inc., 405 US 596, 610 (1972): Justice Thurgood Marshall famously stated  that “[a] ntitrust laws in general, and the Sherman Act in particular, are the Magna Carta of free enterprise.” My shorter, less eloquent version is “Free Enterprise = Free People.” But how do we keep markets free? If you want to be part of that great debate there is no better place to be than the Antitrust Division, United States Department of Justice.

Below is information for the USDOJ Recruiting Event for Law Students ad Recent Grads. This is an online event. Click here for registration information:

DOJ Antitrust Division – Recruiting Event for Law Students & Recent Grads

DOJ Antitrust Division Diversity Committee invites you to learn about the 2022 Recruiting Event for Law Students & Recent Graduates.

About this event

The Antitrust Division Diversity Committee invites current law students and recent graduates to a panel discussion about criminal and civil job opportunities in law and public service, with a particular focus on the Honors Attorney Program. Come with questions about the Antitrust Division, public service careers, career development, transitioning from law school to work, and simply being successful in a dynamic workplace where employee diversity is celebrated and supported.

To learn about the mission and work of the Antitrust Division, please visit:

For any questions or to request a reasonable accommodation, please contact us at ATR.Diversity-Outreach@USDOJ.GOV. Please submit requests for reasonable accommodations no later than three business days before the event.

I hope you can make it. Registration information here.

Bob Connolly

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