Haub Law student Vivian Lee awarded New York Bar Foundation Antitrust Law Section Student Fellowship

March 12, 2021
Vivian Lee

Haub Law student Vivian Lee was awarded the New York Bar Foundation’s Antitrust Law Section Student Fellowship. She will spend this 10-week long Fellowship over the summer working with the Federal Trade Commission. There were four available seats for this 10-week long Fellowship, each valued at $6,000, awarded to students in the state of New York. Some of the goals for this Fellowship is to provide law students an opportunity to experience antitrust and government investigations and forge relationships among antitrust practitioners throughout the State of New York. Recipients of this Fellowship are also granted two years of membership to the Antitrust Section of the New York Bar Association, which provides a forum in which attorneys and law students can learn about and keep up with developments in competition law and complex litigation. Vivian is “honored and extremely humbled to have this opportunity to learn from the enforcers of the antitrust laws.” She notes, “I’d like to use my position as a platform to represent the Asian-American community. I also hope to bring more attention to the ever-growing prevalent world of antitrust and bridge the gap between law students and this complex field.”

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