Bryan L. Bloom

Lecturer in Law

Bryan L. Bloom

Bryan
L.
Bloom
Lecturer in Law

Bryan Bloom currently serves as an Assistant Attorney General in the Antitrust Bureau at the New York Attorney General’s Office, where his bureau enforces the antitrust laws to protect New Yorkers from anticompetitive practices. In January, 2018, Bloom received the Louis J. Lefkowitz Award, the New York Attorney General's highest commendation for superior service by an Assistant Attorney General.

Prior to 2015, Bloom worked in private practice, where he represented clients on antitrust matters in a wide range of industries, including sports, entertainment and leisure, real estate, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, financial services, publishing, computer hardware and software, transportation, and technology.

Bloom is Vice Chair of the Trade, Sports & Professional Associations (TSPA) Committee of the ABA Antitrust Section.

He is a graduate of Amherst College and Cornell Law School.

Courses
Ex. NY Sate AG Office Economics Law Enforcement
Ex. NY Sate AG Office Economics Law Enforcement: Antitrust
Ex. NY State AG Office Economics Enforcement - Fieldwork
Ex. NYS OAG Antitrust Enforcement
Ex. NYS OAG Antitrust Enforcement: Antitrust - Fieldwork
Ex. NYS OAG Antitrust Enforcement: Fieldwork