Stewart Chang — a recognized authority in family law, critical race theory, immigration law, and domestic violence — is a professor with the UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law and a co-facilitator of the school's Race, Gender & Policing Program.
Chang writes and conducts research in areas of comparative law, family law, and immigration law with a focus on how those areas intersect with race, gender, and sexuality. He teaches courses including Contracts and Asian Americans and the Law.
Prior to joining Boyd in 2018, he was a law professor and director of the Center for International and Comparative Law at Whittier Law School. Before becoming a professor, he practiced public interest law for over a decade with the Asian Pacific American Legal Center of Southern California, where he specialized in domestic violence, immigration, and family law.
Chang's work has been published in academic journals, including the Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity, and Society.
- Ph.D., English, University of California, Irvine
- J.D., Georgetown Law
- M.A., English, Stanford University
- B.A., English, University of California, Los Angeles
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