Fellow, Law and Economics of Intellectual Property and Antitrust
Menesh Patel is a Fellow at Stanford Law School in the Law and Economics of Intellectual Property and Antitrust. His research interests are in law and economics, empirical legal studies, intellectual property, and antitrust, with an emphasis on the application of antitrust to issues in the new economy and the intersection of antitrust and intellectual property.
Menesh is a 2005 graduate of Stanford Law School, where he was articles editor of the Stanford Law Review. Menesh holds a PhD degree in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and bachelors degrees in Economics and Mathematics from the University of Iowa. Before joining Stanford, Menesh was in private practice at Sidley Austin, where he focused on complex commercial litigation, including antitrust, energy, intellectual property, and contract litigation.