- S.J.D., Harvard Law School, 2007
- LL.M., Harvard Law School, 2002
- Licentiate in Laws, University of Helsinki, 2001
- Master of Laws, University of Helsinki, 2000
Anu Bradford is the Henry L. Moses Professor of Law and International Organization at Columbia Law School. She is also a director for the European Legal Studies Center. Her research and teaching focus on European Union law, international trade law, and comparative and international antitrust law. Before joining the Law School faculty in 2012, she was an assistant professor at the University of Chicago Law School.
Bradford earned her S.J.D. degree in 2007 and LL.M. degree in 2002 from Harvard Law School, and also holds a law degree from the University of Helsinki. After completing her LL.M. studies as a Fulbright Scholar at Harvard Law School, Bradford practiced antitrust law and EU law at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton in Brussels for two years before returning to Harvard for her doctoral studies. She has also served as an adviser on economic policy in the Parliament of Finland and as an expert assistant to a member of the European Parliament. Bradford’s book “The Brussels Effect: How the EU Rules the World” will be published in the fall of 2019 by Oxford University Press.
- European Union law
- International trade law and international political economy
- Comparative and international antitrust law
- International economic migration
- Trade Openness and Antitrust Law (with Adam Chilton) (forthcoming in Journal of Law and Economics in 2019)
- Is EU Merger Control Used for Protectionism? An Empirical Analysis (with Robert J. Jackson Jr., and Jonathon Zytnick) (Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 15: 165: 191 (2018).
- “Unintended Agency Problems: How International Bureaucracies are Built and Empowered,” (with Stavros Gadinis and Katerina Linos), 57 Virginia Journal of International Law, Vol 2, 2018
- “Exporting standards: The externalization of the EU’s regulatory power via markets,” International Review of Law and Economics (Volume 40), 2014
- “Sharing the Risks and Rewards of Economic Migration,” University of Chicago Law Review, 2013
- “Reversible Rewards,” (with Omri Ben-Shahar), American Law and Economics Review, 2013
- “The Brussels Effect,” Northwestern University Law Review, 2013
- “Efficient Enforcement in International Law,” (with Omri Ben-Shahar), Chicago Journal of International Law, 2012
- “Universal Exceptionalism in International Law,” (with Eric Posner), Harvard International Law Journal, 2011
- “When the WTO Works, and How It Fails,” Virginia Journal of International Law, 2010