Nikolas Guggenberger is Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Houston Law Center. He also holds an appointment at the Cullen College of Engineering’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. Nikolas’ work focuses on antitrust, law & technology, privacy, and regulation. He has frequently advised government entities and served as expert witness on technology policy, financial markets regulation, and media law.
Before joining the University of Houston Law Center, Nikolas was a Lecturer in Law at Yale Law School and Executive Director of the Yale Information Society Project. Nikolas held an appointment as the RWTÜV Foundation Assistant Professor at the University of Münster School of Law in Germany and taught at the University of Virginia School of Law and the University of São Paulo Law School. He also served as an advisor on banking and financial markets regulation and monetary and economic policy to Jakob von Weizsäcker at the European Parliament in Brussels. Nikolas clerked in Freiburg, Germany, and holds degrees from Freiburg University (JD-equivalent & PhD) and Stanford Law School (LLM).