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Laurence Popofsky

Mr. Popofsky’s legal learning commenced as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University followed by Harvard Law School. He has taught the Antitrust course at USF Law School for several years, and also taught in Warsaw and Budapest and at numerous professional seminars and specialist programs. He has also lectured in both 2013 and 2014 at the Oxford Center for Competition Law and Policy. His law career has covered multiple subjects but he is best known for his litigation of antitrust cases, several of which are addressed in the course case book including, most prominently, Continental TV v. Sylvania, which he successfully argued in the U.S. Supreme Court.

  • B.A., University of Iowa and Oxford University
  • J.D., Harvard University
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