Sachin Holdheim is a J.D. Candidate at Yale University interested in antitrust, constitutional law, and law and technology. At Yale, Sachin has served as a research assistant for the Information Society Project’s Digital Futures Whitepaper Project, has co-facilitated a student reading group on anti-monopoly, and has presented a paper on the regulation of content recommendation algorithms to congressional staffers to support ongoing legislation. Previously, Sachin worked as an analyst for economic consulting firm Cornerstone Research, where he supported expert economist statistical and econometric reports in antitrust litigation. Sachin graduated in 2019 from the University of California, Berkeley, where he studied Economics and Business Administration.