Anora Wang serves as the American Bar Association (ABA)’s law student liaison to its Section of Antitrust Law (SAL). She is an active ABA member, regularly participating in the SAL’s activities, including the SAL’s comment and publication work on antitrust law development in foreign jurisdictions. She has experience assisting in research projects involving antitrust litigation, merger control, procedural transparency, and intellectual property. Anora attends the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University, where she also works as a research assistant to its Global Antitrust Institute. Besides U.S. antitrust law, her coursework also covers competition law in Europe and Brazil (through an exchange program in Brasilia). Anora also works for Winston & Strawn’s Washington, D.C. office, primarily on antitrust matters, formerly as a research assistant and currently as a summer associate. Before attending law school, she had experience working in the biopharmaceutical industry and in environmental policy in Washington, D.C.
Allan Van Fleet talks about his perspective on pro bono work.
Vic Domen, Amanda Wait, and Tom York talk about what attracted them to antitrust and give advice to those considering a career in antitrust.
Anora Wang and Tom York interview antitrust professors Bill Kovacic and Andy Gavil about the new policy debate.
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