Members Who Inspire

5 ABA Journal articles on Members Who Inspire.

Chang Wang walks the line to teach constitutional law in Beijing
Chang Wang has been an ABA member since 2011 and has participated in many ABA committees on topics such as immigration and naturalization, international law, and arts and cultural heritage law. He has adjunct faculty and guest lecturer status at several institutions and works to fire up students with the same love for constitutional law he discovered in himself
Pointing a Lens at Legal History
Ludwig van Beethoven composed an ode to joy. Percy Bysshe Shelley wrote an ode to the west wind. Connecticut attorney Michael Koskoff wrote an ode to the jury trial—and it became the movie Marshall, starring Chadwick Boseman as a young Thurgood Marshall.
Lifting a Lamp
Iman Boundaoui grew up knowing that good fortune is not earned. "You don’t choose the circumstances that you were born into," she says. "Fortune is a gift. So you think: How can you use it to empower people, to inspire people, to encourage people?"
From Cop to Counsel: Former police officer now serves the homeless as a social worker and attorney

Jeff Yungman started his career as a street cop in New Orleans. He loved the city, and he loved his job. Somewhere along the line, though, he realized that he cared more about social justice than about criminal justice.




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