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How to Break into Antitrust Law as a Young Lawyer

Lauren Weinstein, Jennifer Greenblatt, Kevin Schock, and Ken Notter

Young lawyers are too often told that certain practices are “off limits” to them because they lack the “right” background. That is particularly true with antitrust, where young lawyers without degrees in economics are discouraged from pursuing antitrust law. Yet the truth is that a successful antitrust lawyer can come from any background.

So how can young lawyers break into antitrust law? Join us to learn about the very different paths our panelists took to build successful careers in antitrust, what professional experiences helped shape their paths, and the important skills necessary to building an antitrust practice. They also discuss the lessons they wish they had learned earlier.


  • Lauren Weinstein, Partner, MoloLamken LLP
  • Jennifer Greenblatt, Partner, Goldman Ismail Tomaselli Brennan & Baum LLP
  • Kevin Schock, Senior Counsel, Intel Corporation


  • Ken Notter, Associate, MoloLamken LLP


  • YLD Professional Development Team and YLD Antitrust Committee

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