Faculty and Administration Profiles

Christine Chabot

Title/s:  Distinguished Scholar in Residence
Associate Director for Regulation, Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies

Phone: 847.780.4832



Christine Chabot is an expert in regulation and empirical legal studies.  She has extensive experience teaching courses including Administrative Law, Antitrust, and Sales, and she oversees publications and programming for the Consumer Antitrust Institute’s student fellowship program.

Professor Chabot’s research focuses on administrative law and empirical studies of Supreme Court Justices’ voting patterns and retirement decisions.  Her papers have appeared or are forthcoming in leading journals including the Notre Dame Law Review, the Connecticut Law Review, the Hastings Law Journal, the Utah Law Review, and the Administrative Law Review.  Her research has been featured in prominent media such as The New York Times, the ABA Journal, The Economist, Bloomberg Radio, and SCOTUSblog.  Before becoming a legal academic, Professor Chabot clerked for U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Jane R. Roth and practiced at leading national law firms.  She is a magna cum laude graduate of Notre Dame Law School and holds a B.A. from Northwestern University


Christine Chabot’s SSRN page


BA, Northwestern University
JD, magna cum laude, Notre Dame Law School

Program Areas

Administrative Law, Antitrust