Harlan M. Blake
Arthur Levitt Professor Emeritus of Law
B.A., Chicago, 1946; M.A., 1947; J.D., 1954. Editor-in-chief, University of Chicago Law Review. After practicing with Cravath, Swaine & Moore in New York for three years, joined the faculty of the University of Minnesota Law School. Joined the Columbia faculty in 1960. Publications include Cases and Materials on Trade Regulation (with others; 3rd ed., 1990); Antitrust Theory and Practice (with others, 1984); Competitive Markets and Economic Development (1974); Regional Economic Integration, Law Reform, and Capital Formation in Latin America (with Cunningham, 1970); and editor of the three-volume Business Regulation in the Common Market Nations (1969). Former director, European Common Market Antitrust Project of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 1964–69. Frequent consultant to the Federal Trade Commission and Congressional committees dealing with antitrust matters. Has consulted with Brazilian firms and governmental agencies on problems of law and economic development. Board of directors, American Dance Foundation. Founding member, Club Taurino de Nueva York.