Nancy (Yun) Tang, a current J.D. candidate at Yale Law School, cares passionately about social justice, especially gender justice. A member of the young Chinese feminist community, Tang is an aspiring public interest lawyer. In 2014-2015, Tang was a Junior Fellow in Southeast Asia Studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington DC, where she researched political economy and geopolitics in the Asia Pacific and contributed to the Nikkei Asian Review. She has also written extensively on civil liberty and women’s rights in China for Foreign Policy, The Diplomat, and Feministing.com. Her senior thesis on gender injustice in Chinese population control won the Rose Olver Sexuality, Women’s and Gender Studies Prize at Amherst College. Tang enjoys TV drama with strong female leads, and tweets from @NancyYunTang.