Warren F. Schwartz received his A.B. from Brooklyn College and his LL.B. from Columbia Law School. At UVA, he taught subjects such as International Business, Regulated Industries, and Antitrust Law. From 1978-79, he served as a visiting professor at Georgetown University and left UVA to join its faculty.
Deregulating American Industry: Legal and Economic Problems (editor with Donald L. Martin) (Lexington Books, 1977).
Social Security Hearings and Appeals: A Study of the Social Security Administration Hearing System (with Jerry L. Mashaw, Charles J. Goetz, Frank I. Goodman, and Paul R. Verkuil) (Lexington Books, 1978).
Mandatory Patent Licensing of Air Pollution Control Technology, 57 Va. L. Rev. 719-744 (1971).
The Regulation of Subsidies Affecting International Trade (with Eugene W. Harper, Jr), 70 Mich. L. Rev. 831-858 (1972).
The Rule of Reason in EEC Antitrust: Efficiency Enhancement Through Integration by Agreement Among Competitors (with Edward W. Welling, Jr.), 12 Va. J. Int’l L. 192-209 (1972).
Administration by the Department of the Treasury of the Laws Authorizing the Imposition of Antidumping Duties, 14 Va. J. Int’l L. 463-485 (1974).
The Costs of a Legal System (with Gordon Tullock), 4 J. Legal Stud. 75-82 (1975).
Review of Posner, Antitrust, 43 U. Chi. L. Rev. 858-873 (1976).