Established in 1976 by the Victor H. Kramer Foundation, and available for professional employees of the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission, the Victor H. Kramer Foundation Fellowship is designed to increase the opportunities available to employees of these two government agencies. The Kramer Fellowship provides mid-career training and intellectual enrichment for professional employees already established in their careers. As a result of the Fellow’s experience as a public official handling important policy and administrative matters, the Fellow will likewise enrich the intellectual community of the law school.
The Fellowship provides mid-level officials in the two agencies with a time for reflection and continued education and to immerse the Fellow in emerging research and methodologies in the antitrust, consumer protection, and related areas of law. The Fellowship provides an opportunity for the Fellow to combine her/his practical professional experiences with further research and study. Additionally, the Fellow has the opportunity to engage with professors and students who share their interests.
The specific content and structure of the program is developed by the Fellow and the faculty program director. The program will combine reading, research, and/or coursework as they pertain to the Fellow’s professional and academic interests. The appointment of the Kramer fellow is coordinated by the agencies and the Office of Academic Affairs at Harvard Law School.
The program is offered in alternating years between Harvard Law School and The University of Chicago Law School. The 2014-2015 Kramer Fellow will be in residence at Harvard Law School from September 1, 2014, through June 30, 2015. The Fellowship is expected to be available at the University of Chicago Law School for the 2015-2016 year.
The 2014-2015 Kramer Fellow is Daniel J. Gilman.
Daniel J. Gilman
Harvard Law School
Lewis International Law Center 435
Daniel J. Gilman, J.D., Ph.D. is the 2014-15 Victor H. Kramer Foundation Fellow, visiting HLS from the Federal Trade Commission’s Office of Policy Planning. His work at the FTC focuses on competition issues in health care, pharmaceutical, and technology markets, and includes both research and advocacy addressing the impact of regulation on competition. He co-authored the FTC staff policy paper, COMPETITION AND THE REGULATION OF ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSES, helped draft the FTC Staff Report, Broadband Connectivity Competition Policy, and has published in journals such as the Georgetown Law Journal, Health Matrix, Oregon Law Review, American Journal of Law & Medicine, the Journal of Health Care Law & Policy, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, and the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. Mr. Gilman came to the FTC from the University of Maryland, where he was for two years a visiting professor of law. Before that, he was in private practice at Hogan & Hartson and an Olin Fellow and adjunct professor of law at Georgetown University, where he taught law and economics. Mr. Gilman earned an AB with distinction from Dartmouth College and a PhD from the University of Chicago, and taught bioethics, neuroscience, and the philosophy of science, at Penn State University and Washington University, before attending law school. He holds a JD with honors from Georgetown, where he was awarded the John M. Olin Prize in Law and Economics and served as senior articles editor of the Georgetown Law Journal.