Thom Lambert

Prof. Thom Lambert

Wall Chair in Corporate Law and Governance and Professor of Law, University of Missouri School of Law

Thom Lambert holds the Wall Family Chair in Corporate Law and Governance at the University of Missouri Law School.  He is co-author of a leading antitrust casebook and has published more than two dozen law review articles on antitrust, corporate, and regulatory matters.  His most recent book, How to Regulate: A Guide for Policymakers was published by Cambridge University Press in 2017.  He is a regular contributor to the law and economics blog, Truth on the Market ( and is currently a visiting professor at Washington University Law School.



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Do Regulatory Reform Efforts Inevitably Entrench the Administrative State?

Do Regulatory Reform Efforts Inevitably Entrench the Administrative State?

Administrative Law & Regulation Practice Group, Article I Initiative, and Regulatory Transparency Project Teleforum

Government regulation is pervasive, complex and expensive to administer. Americans have a vital interest and...