Alex Krulic is a lawyer and policy advocate with expertise in antitrust and competition law, regulatory affairs, and economic policy. Mr. Krulic currently works at Guild Education, where he leads public policy and legal work to support Guild's mission to help American workers unlock opportunities for career advancement and economic mobility through education and skill-building.
Prior to joining Guild, he worked in the Washington, DC office of a global network airline, with responsibility for antitrust matters, regulatory policy, and international affairs. Mr. Krulic led work on a range of projects related to international joint ventures, route cases, government investigations, and technology policy.
Mr. Krulic also worked for almost a decade in government service. He was on the leadership team of the Office of Legal Policy at the U.S. Department of Justice under President Obama. The Office develops and implements policy initiatives on topics related to law enforcement, civil rights, technology, privacy, and other matters of interest to the Department. He also worked at the Treasury Department on public policy, litigation, and oversight in the aftermath of the financial crisis, as well as at the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice investigating proposed mergers and acquisitions in a variety of industries.
Before joining the federal government, he worked in private legal practice at WilmerHale, focusing on antitrust, litigation, and securities matters. Mr. Krulic received his J.D., with distinction, from Stanford Law School.