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About Joseph P. Bauer

Joseph P. Bauer, an expert in the field of antitrust, teaches the required first-year course in civil procedure, and also teaches antitrust, copyright and trademarks, and conflict of laws. Since 1985, Professor Bauer, with the late Earl W. Kintner until his death some years ago, has prepared the annual updates to a seminal work in antitrust law, Kintner and Bauer, Federal Antitrust Law, volumes I-XI. In 2013, he published, with Professor William Page of the University of Florida College of Law as his co-author, the revised edition of Volume II of this series, which concentrates on sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act. This is the sixth volume in this series written by Professor Bauer.

A member of the New York bar since 1970, Professor Bauer also worked as an associate at the New York City law firm of Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays & Handler from 1969 to 72.   


Present Emeritus Faculty, Notre Dame Law School
20042004 Visiting Faculty, Emory University ‐ college of law
19811982 Visiting Faculty, University of North Carolina School of Law
19721973 Instructor, University of Michigan Law School

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1969 Juris Doctor, Harvard University ‐ Harvard Law School
1965 Bachelor of Arts, University of Pennsylvania

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Office: 3119 Eck Hall of Law
Phone: 574.631.6514


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