Don Baker was appointed Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust in 1976 by President Gerald Ford. He is the only modern member of the career Antitrust Division staff to have been appointed to this position. Educated at Princeton, Cambridge, and Harvard, Mr. Baker has served as a Professor of Law at Cornell Law School and a Washington partner of two major law firms. He is currently a partner in the Washington, D.C., firm of Baker & Miller, which specializes in antitrust and competition policy issues. Mr. Baker has published numerous writings on a broad range of antitrust and economic regulation topics and is co-author of two treatises, Baker & Brandel, The Law of Electronic Funds Transfer Systems, and Rowley & Baker, International Mergers-The Antitrust Process. He is Vice Chair of the ABA International Section's Antitrust Committee and will serve on the AAI International Antitrust Committee.