Arthur D. Austin, II
Edgar A. Hahn Professor Emeritus of Law
B.S. 1958 (Virginia), J.D. 1963 (Tulane)
Faculty BiographyBefore joining our faculty in 1968, Mr. Austin worked for the U.S. Department of Justice. He teaches Contracts, Antitrust, Intellectual Property, and Trends and Tensions in Legal Education; his writing is chiefly on antitrust law, juror surveys, and on legal scholarship. A prolific author, he has published frequently-cited articles in leading law reviews and three books: Antitrust: Law, Economics, Policy (1976), Complex Litigation Confronts the Jury System (1984), and The Empire Strikes Back: Outsiders and the Struggle over Legal Education (1998).