Felix B. Chang is a Visiting Assistant Professor and the Director of the Institute for the Global Practice of Law. Previously, Professor Chang was Investments Counsel at Fifth Third Bank, where his practice included securities, derivatives, insurance, and private equity. Immediately after law school, Chang conducted human rights research in Serbia, Montenegro, and Bosnia on the legal status of immigrants and trafficking victims, through the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights. He then practiced with two large Ohio law firms.
Professor Chang’s current scholarship focuses on financial reform. He is also interested in Chinese migration into transition economies as a manifestation of China’s economic rise. He is a co-editor and contributor to the book Chinese Migrants in Russia, Central Asia and Eastern Europe (Routledge), which examines Chinese migration in post-Communist Eurasia.
Professor Chang received his BA from Yale and his JD from University of Michigan Law School. Between college and law school, he worked as an editor and a journalist in Central Asia.