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Joseph Peter Bauer

Joseph Peter Bauer, American lawyer, educator. Bar: New York 1970, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1975. Member American Bar Association., New York Bar 1970, AALS Antitrust section executive committee (member 1984-1989, chair 1987-1989), member bd American Antitrust Institute.

Background

  • Bauer, Joseph Peter was born on November 3, 1945 in New York City. Son of Alex and Frieda (Guggenheim) Bauer.

  • Education

    • Bachelor cum laude, University Pennsylvania, 1965. Juris Doctor, Harvard University, 1969.

    Career

    • Associate Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays & Handler, New York City, 1969—1972. Instructor Law School University Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1972-1973. Assistant professor University Notre Dame, Indiana, 1973, associate professor, 1977, associate dean, 1985-1988, 91, 96, professor of law, since 1980.

      Consultant Federal Trade Commns Bureau Competition (1977-1978), visiting professor University North Carolina, Chapel Hill 1981-1982, Emory Law School (spring 2004), co-director London law progressive (1975-1976, 1989-1990), representative provosts advisory committee (1993-1999), vice chair law School appointments committee, Of Counsel Kirkland & Ellis Washington, District of Columbia (spring and summer of 2002).

    Major achievements

    • Bar: New York 1970, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1975.

    Works

    • Author: (with Earl Kintner) Kintner's Federal Antitrust Law Treatise, volunteer III, 1983, volunteer IX, 1989, volunteer X, 1994.

    Membership

    Member American Bar Association., New York Bar 1970, AALS Antitrust section executive committee (member 1984-1989, chair 1987-1989), member bd American Antitrust Institute.

    Connections

    • Married Marzy Tolmach, June 15, 1969. Children: Deborah, David.
    • father: Alex Bauer
    • mother: Frieda (Guggenheim) Bauer
    • spouse: Marzy Tolmach
    • children: Deborah Bauer
    • David Bauer
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    Born November 3, 1945
    (age 72)
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