|Executive Director, Center for Law, Science & Innovation
Prior to joining the College of Law, Josh Abbott worked as
an attorney at Wiley Rein in Washington, D.C., where he specialized in international
telecom regulation and antitrust litigation. Abbott advised international and
domestic companies and trade associations on legal, regulatory, and policy
matters relating to communications and information technologies, including satellite,
wireless, and broadband Internet, and on privacy and competition issues. He
also litigated nationwide class action antitrust cases for clients in the
airline, steel, and pharmaceutical industries.
As a student at BYU
Abbott interned in the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice and
served as Executive Editor of the BYU Law
Review. After graduating magna cum
laude, he clerked for Associate Chief Justice Michael J. Wilkins on the
Utah Supreme Court.
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