Boston University School of Law

Joseph F. Brodley

The Honorable Frank K. Kenison Distinguished Scholar in Law
Professor of Law

B.A., University of California, Los Angeles
LL.B., Yale University
LL.M., Harvard Law School

Interests: antitrust law; economic regulation

Joseph Brodley is recognized internationally for his experience in antitrust issues. In addition to lecturing in the United States and Europe, he has served as a consultant to many organizations including the Federal Trade Commission and the Ford Motor Company, and he has testified before numerous congressional committees. From January to June 2001, Professor Brodley served as visiting scholar at the Federal Trade Commission and earlier as a visiting fellow at Oxford and Cambridge Universities. He has published numerous articles and papers in such journals as Harvard Law Review, Yale Law Journal, Stanford Law Review, Michigan Law Review, California Law Review, NYU Law Review and Boston University Law Review. Professor Brodley serves as a member of the Board of Advisors of the American Antitrust Institute in Washington.

Professor Brodley's most recent articles are "Predatory Pricing: Strategic Theory and Legal Policy" and "Predatory Pricing: Response to Critique and Further Elaboration," both published in the Georgetown Law Journal and "Patent Settlement Agreements: Preliminary Views" (with Dean Maureen O’Rourke) in Antitrust Magazine.