Ji Young Huh specializes in quantitative analysis based on large and complex datasets for antitrust cases. She has worked on cases relating to employee compensation, medical claims, intellectual property infringement, pharmaceutical pay-for-delay, and employment class action. Her responsibilities involve maintaining, processing, and analyzing complex data, conducting qualitative research on variety of industries, thoroughly reviewing technical and legal documents, and constructing economic models.
Ms. Huh’s previous research focused on businesses around personal data online and economic implications of privacy regulations in the context of antitrust.
M.A. Business Administration, Duke University
B.A. Economics and Mathematics, Claremont McKenna College, cum laude
Econ One, 2022 – present
Duke University, 2019-2022
Econ One, 2015 – 2019