Christine Wilson is an antitrust and competition partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Her practice focuses on antitrust and trade regulation and international competition law and policy. She assists clients in obtaining antitrust approval for complex global mergers, guides them in shaping commercial initiatives that achieve business goals while complying with the antitrust laws, and represents their interests in high-stakes government antitrust investigations. Notable public representations include Verizon in its acquisition of MCI and Northwest Airlines in its merger with Delta Air Lines.
Christine represents clients before the Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, state attorneys general, the European Commission, and other global authorities. She has served as Chief of Staff to the Chairman of the FTC, which enables her to provide valuable insights to clients regarding enforcement issues. She is a recognized authority on global competition issues, serving as an adviser to the U.S. government in connection with the International Competition Network (ICN).
She serves as a Vice-Chair on the ABA Antitrust Section's Transportation and Energy Committee and recently co-founded The Grapevine, a women's network for D.C. professionals in the antitrust and consumer protection arenas. She routinely speaks and publishes on a broad range of competition topics
Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 1995 cum laude