“What’s not defined by statute, and what’s not established through precedent, define boundaries of the field my intellect finds energizing to exercise on.”
In the bustling international arena of Washington, D.C., Abhishek Chhikara, a dual-qualified lawyer in the United States and India, emerges as a prominent attorney. Mr. Chhikara’s diverse educational background spanning law, economics, management, and engineering provides him a multi-dimensional perspective for resolving problems, and effortless collaboration with varied professionals including technologists, economists, counsels, policymakers and administrators.
Mr. Chhikara adeptly navigates the intricate realms of counseling, regulatory practice and litigation, cementing his reputation as an exceptional legal mind. Seasoned in helping clients navigate through complex regulations, he ensures adherence while fostering compliance innovation. His cognition of international economic laws, trade regulation, intellectual property, antitrust and cybersecurity bridges critical gaps for clients. In rapidly converging domains of technology and finance, Mr. Chhikara’s unique interdisciplinary background becomes his beacon.
Mr. Chhikara is adaptive and receptive of geographical, racial and cultural diversity. He is adept at utilizing mini-strengths of team members while intelligently managing trade-offs to put together well-functioning teams. Mr. Chhikara served as Senator in Student Government Association at Georgia Tech during his first master’s degree, and as a constituent of the search committee for recruiting Georgia Tech’s first Vice President for Institute Diversity. He is fluent in English, Hindi and Haryanvi.
Armed with a Master of Laws from Georgetown Law, and a Master of Science from Georgia Tech, Mr. Chhikara remains engaged in academia. He studied economics at the University of Texas at Austin, and management at Harvard University. Mr. Chhikara was admitted with merit scholarship, and graduated with Dean’s List honors from Georgetown Law, where he focused on international economic laws, antitrust and trade regulation. He aspires to utilize his acumen for economic justice and development. Notably selected for the prestigious ‘LeaderShape’ Program at Georgia Tech, Mr. Chhikara embodies a new breed of legal professionals who navigate multifaceted landscapes with finesse.
Attorney (Admitted in California, not admitted in D.C. Practice in D.C. limited to matters and proceedings before federal courts and agencies)
Court Admissions: U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, U.S. Court of International Trade, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas.