The University of Chicago Business Law Review

The University of Chicago Business Law Review, also known as UChiBLR, is a business law journal focused on securities, antitrust, mergers and acquisitions, tax, corporate governance, business regulation, and other business law topics that entertain the intersection of law and economics. UChiBLR aims to provide a venue for academic engagement inclusive of professionals along a spectrum ranging from academics and practitioners focused on the private sector to academics, regulators, and policy makers that work in the regulatory sphere.

Current Issue: Volume 3, Number 1 (2024)


Can Machines Commit Crimes Under U.S. Antitrust Laws?
Aslihan Asil and Thomas G. Wollmann