Kabrina Chang

Assistant Professor of Business Law/Ethics Lead Undergraduate Program
Markets Public Policy and Law

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JD, New England School of Law, 1996.

BA, Boston University, Political Science, 1992.

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Boston University Prof. Kabrina Chang teaches courses on business law, society and ethics in the Markets, Public Policy and Law Department of the BU Questrom School of Business.  Her academic research includes the legal impact of employers using social-networking platforms to screen job applicants and the intersection of state medical-marijuana law and federal employment law.

Boston University Prof. Kabrina Chang teaches courses on business law, society and ethics in the Markets, Public Policy and Law Department of the BU Questrom School of Business.  Her academic research includes the legal impact of employers using social-networking platforms to screen job applicants and the intersection of state medical-marijuana law and federal employment law.

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  • You can be fired for using marijuana even when it’s legal

    October 26, 2017

    Quartz at Work Kabrina Krebel Chang Gary Ross, a systems administrator from California, suffered from debilitating back pain from injuries he sustained while serving in the military… Expert quote: “But legalizing marijuana use without protecting the rights of people who use it frustrates the spirit of the law and voters’ intent: it forces seriously ill […]

  • NFL’s Sponsors Tiptoe Around Trump’s Latest Twitter Fight

    September 25, 2017

    Bloomberg Kabrina Krebel Chang After a hotly political weekend in the National Football League, a few of the league’s corporate sponsors have started speaking out — sort of… Expert quote: “Because it is a divisive issue, it’s not a surprise that companies are not willing to stake a very definite claim.” View full article

  • Hashtag Activism Brings Trump Allies to Heel

    August 18, 2017

    Bloomberg quoting Kabrina Chang, Questrom School of Business “One corporate executive after another stepped away from President Donald Trump’s councils this week, crediting their conscience, their values and “doing the right thing…” Expert quote: Business runs the risk of getting caught up in this change of sentiment and gray areas, especially if they have been […]

  • Victory in Colorado for Muslim meatpacking workers

    August 18, 2017

    The New Food Economy quoting Kabrina Chang, Questrom School of Business “The meatpacking industry has never been celebrated for its excellent working conditions…” Expert quote: “The facts seem pretty serious, about threats and preventing them from getting promoted and interrogating them about why they don’t want to pay the dues.” View full article. 

  • Hollywood’s love/hate relationship with business

    October 6, 2016

    Washington Post Kabrina Krebel Chang, Questrom School of Business “Deepwater Horizon” opened in movie theaters over the weekend, splattering goo once again on the reputation of BP, the British-based oil giant whose bill for the 2010 devastating oil spill is $55 billion and climbing… Expert quote: “Wells Fargo or Deepwater Horizon, pick a scandal. It reinforces […]

  • What Companies Can Do When Work and Religion Conflict

    March 15, 2016

    Harvard Business Review By Kabrina Chang, Questrom School of Business Since 2007, the number of complaints for religious discrimination filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has risen significantly… View full article by expert Kabrina Krebel Chang

  • The 1 Battle That Marijuana Users May Not Win

    August 30, 2015

    FoxBusiness.com Kabrina Chang, Questrom School of Business For the most part, almost everything has worked in favor of the marijuana industry over the past two decades… View full article quoting expert Kabrina Chang

  • Medical Marijuana Patients Are Getting Fired — And There’s Not Much They Can Do About It

    June 20, 2015

    <span>If the Brandon Coats court case had turned out differently, Dr. Margaret Gedde's medical marijuana patients would have been talking about it...</span>

  • How the Colorado Supreme Court just confused every employer in America about marijuana

    June 17, 2015

    Fortune By Kabrina Chang, Questrom School of Business This week’s court ruling suggests to other U.S. states that until a law is passed, marijuana — medical or otherwise — remains illegal… View full article by expert Kabrina Chang

  • Employee Fired Over Medical Marijuana Use

    June 16, 2015

    Bloomberg Radio “Bloomberg Law” Kabrina Chang, Questrom School of Business Listen to audio of expert Kabrina Chang

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