Lina Khan is a J.D. candidate in the Yale Law School Class of 2017 and a fellow with the Open Markets Program at New America. Her research interests include market competition issues around tech platforms and data, price discrimination, and antitrust law. At Yale she serves as Co-Director of the Law & Inequality Conference, Vice President for Programming of the American Constitution Society, Submissions Editor at the Yale Journal of Regulation, and is a member of the Mortgage Foreclosure Clinic.
Prior to law school, Lina worked as a reporter and policy analyst at New America, where she researched industry consolidation. She has written for the American Prospect, CNN, Foreign Policy, New Republic, Quartz, Salon, Slate, the Washington Monthly, and the Washington Post, and has appeared on C-SPAN and NPR. She holds a B.A., magna cum laude, from Williams College. During the summer of 2015, Lina worked at Gupta Wessler PLLC, a firm specializing in public interest appellate litigation.