From a course delivered in 2003, PDF-format exams and problem sets, mostly including solutions. There are also around two dozen lecture handouts. The materials are online as part of MIT's OpenCourseWare initiative. Creative Commons licensed.
Online Text and Notes in Law and Economics
All 172 chapters of this five-volume survey of the law and economics literature are available freely online, with a facility to order the paper versions. A foreword by Richard A. Posner explains the historical origin of the Law and Economics movement. The bibliographic database is fully searchable.
PDF lecture notes and class exercises are found under the "Public resources" tab for this 2017/18 course on market structure and the theory and practice of regulation.
A set of seven PDF-format slide shows, from a course for antitrust lawyers. Topics are: Modelling and Economics Primer, Industry Analysis: Porter's Five Forces, Market Structure & Competition, Strategic Commitment and Competition, The Dynamics of Price Rivlary, Entry & Exit, and Mergers & Acquisitions.