Barrett Delivers Jackson-Nash Address in DOJ’s Great Hall

On September 20th, Professor John Q. Barrett delivered a lecture, Competition: Robert H. Jackson as Assistant Attorney General—Antitrust (January 21, 1937–March 5, 1938), as part of the second Jackson-Nash Address program, hosted by the Antitrust Division, United States Department of Justice, in Washington, D.C.  barrett doj

The Jackson-Nash Address, established earlier this year, recognizes the contributions of former Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson and Nobel Laureate economist John Nash celebrates the role of economics in the mission of the Antitrust Division, which Jackson headed as Assistant Attorney General during 1937.

Assistant Attorney General Makin Delrahim hosted the September 20 program in DOJ’s Great Hall.

Following AAG Delrahim’s welcoming remarks, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein introduced Professor Barrett.


Professor Barrett’s lecture was followed by an address by Dr. George A. Akerlof, 2001 winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics.

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