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Curt Hessler

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Curt Hessler B.A. Harvard, 1966
J.D. Yale, 1973
M.A. UC Berkeley, 1976
UCLA Faculty Since 2002
hessler@law.ucla.edu
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Curt Hessler has taught Antitrust Law and Information Law at UCLA School of Law since Fall 2002.  In his business career, he has served as Chairman and founding CEO of 101communications; President/CEO of Quarterdeck, Inc.; Chairman/CEO of I-Net, Inc.; Executive Vice President of the Times Mirror Company; Vice Chairman of Unisys Corporation; and Executive Vice President of Sears World Trade, Inc. Hessler was a partner at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton and Garrison, and served as Assistant Treasury Secretary for Economic Policy in the Carter Administration.  He clerked for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart and U.S. Court of Appeals Judge J. Skelly Wright, after education at Yale Law School, the University of California at Berkeley (M.A. Economics), Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar, and Harvard College.  Mr. Hessler resides with his family in Pasadena and may be reached at hessler@law.ucla.edu or curt@hesslermail.net, or at his home office phone, 626-799-5257.