Congratulations to International Center for Law and Economics Research Fellow — also my former George Mason law student, long-time research assistant, and now co-author — and Northwestern University School of Law graduate, Judd Stone. Judd somehow managed to finish his 3L year at Northwestern Law with with a “perfect” semester involving 5 A+’s in 5 classes, turning in a whopping 4.18 cumulative G.P.A. (!) while working part-time for ICLE and producing a draft of an article we plan to submit to law reviews this fall on the wobbly theoretical foundations of the application of behavioral economics to antitrust. Geoff and I are incredibly pleased to have Judd on board as our Research Fellow before he heads off to clerk for Justice Daniel E. Winfree of the Supreme Court of Alaska in Fall 2010, followed by a clerkship with Judge Edith Jones on the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.