Nana Wilberforce is a Partner at Wilmer Hale. She focuses her regulatory and government affairs practice on matters involving antitrust and competition. Ms. Wilberforce has extensive experience navigating clients through the Antitrust Division’s Leniency Program in cartel enforcement matters. She has counseled clients through shifts in competition policy brought on by presidential administration changes and has worked to secure merger clearance for transactions across a range of industries, including healthcare, biotechnology and energy. Ms. Wilberforce’s practice includes a commitment to public service and pro bono contributions. She was also selected as WilmerHale’s 2017 Pickering fellow and spent six months working full time with the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (LDF) and is currently part of the litigation team co-counseled with LDF challenging Georgia’s voting law, S.B. 202. In the past she has worked with Children’s Law Center to represent a client in the successful adoption of the client’s foster child and grandniece and is currently working with The Legal Aid Society on an appellate matter.