Caroline Chang is an Associate at ASG, where she supports client and firm initiatives through research and project coordination.
Previously, Ms. Chang was a Project Assistant at Sidley Austin LLP where she supported intellectual property litigation by performing legal research on briefs submitted to federal district courts. Previously, Ms. Chang spent two summers at the U.S. Department of State as a Public Affairs Intern at the U.S. Consulate in Shenyang and as a Chinese and Mongolian Affairs Intern in Washington, DC. In these roles, she wrote remarks and briefing papers for principals, including the Secretary of State and Under Secretary of State.
Ms. Chang received an M.Sc. in Contemporary China from the Department of Area Studies at the University of Oxford, where she researched anti-ballistic missile systems and the evolution of Chinese sanction behavior. She received a B.A. in Political Science and Chinese Language and Literature from the University of Notre Dame. She has completed coursework at Peking University and Fu Jen Catholic University. She speaks Korean and Chinese.
She is based in Washington, DC.