Kabrina Chang

Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Clinical Associate Professor, Markets, Public Policy, and Law
  • Phone 617-353-4154
  • Office 637
  • BOSTON UNIVERSITY
    Questrom School of Business
    Rafik B. Hariri Building
    595 Commonwealth Avenue
    Boston, MA 02215

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    Education
  • JD, New England School of Law, 1996
  • BA, Boston University, 1992
    Publications
  • Chang, K. (2021). "Business Law for Entrepreneurs", Edward Elgar Pub
  • Chang, K. (2020). "Business and Society", Sage Pubns
  • Chang, K. (2019). "Introducing Global Content in a Business Law Course Using the Amanda Knox Murder Trial", Journal of Legal Studies Education, 36 (1), 31-57
  • Chang, K. (2017). "You Can Be Fired for Using Marijuana Even When It's Legal", Quartz
  • Krebel Chang, K. (2017). "Starbucks for President: The Disappearing Line between Government and Business as Agents for Social Change", Revista Empresa y Humanismo, XX (1), 35-64
  • Chang, K. (2016). "What Companies Can Do When Work and Religion Conflict", Harvard Business Review
  • Reder, M., Darrow, J., Melvin, S., Chang, K. (2015). "Cyberlaw Management and Entrepreneurship", Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
  • Chang, K. (2012). "High Risk Employment: The Management Headache Over Medical Marijuana", Journal of Legal Studies in Business (Athens), 18
  • Chang, K. (2012). "All Up in Your Facebook: Using Social Media to Screen Applicants", New England Law Review On Remand, 47 (1)
  • Chang, K. (2011). "Facebook Got Me Fired: The Legal and Management Issues of Social Networking and the Blogosphere", North Atlantic Regional Business Law Review, 44 47-62
    Awards and Honors
  • 2018, Questrom Award for Faculty Excellence in Institutional Leadership, Questrom School of Business
  • 2015, 2015 Broderick Prize for Service to the Undergraduate Program, Questrom School of Business, Boston University
  • 2012, Beckwith Prize for Excellence in Teaching and Service, School of Management
  • 2011, Best Paper, Southeaster Academy of Legal Studies in Business
  • 2006, 2006 Beckwith Award for Teaching Excellence and Service, Boston University School of Management