About Us

The Columbia Antitrust Law and Economics Association (CALEA) was established in March 2010 as the Columbia International Antitrust Law Association  and was the first antitrust association in an Ivy League School. The purpose of the Association is to bring together Columbia Law School students, professors, and alumni interested in legal issues in connection with the study, practice, and development of antitrust law both in the U.S. and in other jurisdictions. Our goals include promoting integration among our members; fostering and promoting the study, practice, and development of antitrust law around the globe; organizing academic events; promoting contact with law firms, business organizations, governmental, and non-governmental agencies and organizations; organizing social events; and assisting incoming new students.