Ellen Jalkut has spent her career developing legal strategies based on detailed analysis and critical thinking. With a focus on antitrust law, she draws from her knowledge in Economics, along with experience representing clients in white collar defense, contract disputes, and government enforcement actions to bring a broad perspective to each case.
Prior to law school, Ellen worked in economic consulting and earned her Master’s of Arts in Economics from the University of Michigan. She used her economics background in her early legal career, focusing on defending clients in antitrust actions. After practicing for several years, she clerked for Judge William G. Young in the District of Massachusetts.
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