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Abraham L. Wickelgren

Academic Advisor
University of Texas Law School
To contact Abraham L. Wickelgren, please email Jake George at or call +1.617.864.7900

Abraham L. Wickelgren is the Bernard J. Ward Centennial Professor at the University of Texas Law School.

Prior to coming to Texas, he was an assistant professor at Northwestern University Law School, a visiting professor at Duke University Law School, and a visiting lecturer in the economics department at Texas. Before joining academia, Dr. Wickelgren was a staff economist at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission for five years.

Dr. Wickelgren has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed economics and law and economics journals. He is the co-editor of the American Law and Economics Review, and has been an associate editor at the Journal of Industrial Economics, the International Review of Law and Economics, and a member of the board of directors of the American Law and Economics Association. His research focuses on economic analysis of antitrust, contracts, settlement of legal disputes and bargaining. Dr. Wickelgren has provided consulting services on a variety of antitrust cases including the Apple E-books litigation.

News & Events
April 18, 2016
Academic Advisor Abraham Wickelgren Quoted in Law360 Article on Economists’ Perspective of Antitrust Cases

Brattle Academic Advisor Abraham Wickelgren, an antitrust law professor at the University of Texas Law School, was quoted in a recent Law360 article, “5 Things That Bother Economists About Antitrust Law,” discussing what economists would like to change about how antitrust cases are litigated and judged.