Mathew Simkovits recently graduated from Stanford Law School as a Public Interest Associate and with the highest pro bono distinction. He has contributed to multistate and class action antitrust litigation for private and public antitrust enforcers, including as a law clerk for both the California and Washington State Offices of the Attorney General and as a summer associate at Tadler Law. Mathew has written multiple pieces for Lawfare and the Stanford-MIT Healthy Elections Project and contributed to the upcoming 2022 California Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law Treatise. He received his undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis where he graduated with college honors and a distinction in economics. As an AAI research fellow, Mathew aims to advance the progressive antitrust movement and further empower enforcers to rigorously defend the values of fair competition that underlie the American economy. He externed with AAI in the fall of 2022 and is excited to continue his work as research fellow.