Kevin Wang

Associate | Washington, D.C. | (202) 572-6798
(202) 572-6798

Kevin Wang is an associate in the Litigation Department of Morrison & Foerster's Washington D.C., office. Kevin helps clients address a wide range of antitrust concerns, including both litigation and transactional matters. He is dedicated to helping clients identify and mitigate antitrust risks while achieving their business goals and defending their interests when litigation arises.

Prior to joining Morrison & Foerster, Kevin worked as a law clerk at an international law firm, where he conducted legal research on topics related to antitrust, consumer protection, and data privacy and drafted memoranda and legal motions. He also worked as a student advisor at his law school’s Administrative Law Clinic, where he drafted and edited a Supreme Court amicus brief regarding the rulemaking ability of career officials.

During law school, Kevin interned for the Federal Trade Commission’s Office of Policy Planning and for the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia.

Prior to law school, Kevin was a paralegal specialist at the Department of Justice, Antitrust Division, where he worked on the government challenge of two large merger transactions and received the Assistant Attorney General Award.

Kevin received his J.D. from the George Mason University Law School, where he served as managing editor of George Mason University International Law Journal, and a research assistant for Professor Joshua Wright. He graduated with a B.A. in political science from University of California, Berkeley.

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