Distinguished Research Professor of Law
Co-Director, International Aviation Law Institute
Michael Jacobs, Distinguished Research Professor of Law, is an internationally recognized expert in antitrust and competition law. His articles on those topics have appeared, among other places, in the Yale Law Journal, the Northwestern Law Review, the Minnesota Law Journal, the William and Mary Law Review, the Antitrust Law Journal, the Indiana Law Journal, the Journal of Competition Law and Economics, the Columbia Business Law Review, and the Berkeley Technology Law Journal. His work has been cited in two separate opinions of the US Supreme Court. In 2000, he was the Fulbright Distinguished Chair for Italy. Professor Jacobs holds faculty positions at the University of New South Wales and Melbourne University, and is an Honorary Professor at Shandong University Law School in China. He lectures and consults extensively in the United States, Australia, Southeast Asia and China.
BA, Dartmouth College; JD, Yale University, M.P.H., Johns Hopkins University