Michael Chang’s practice primarily focuses on patent litigation.
While in law school, Mr. Chang spent a summer as an extern to the Honorable Elizabeth Laporte in the U.S. District Court for the N.D., California. He also completed the University of Virginia’s pro bono challenge, which included projects at a nonprofit law firm that focused on education, transit, and housing issues to combat poverty and racial discrimination.
Prior to law school, Mr. Chang worked as a laboratory research assistant at a non-profit eye research institute. While there, he studied collinear receptive field dynamics in feline visual cortex. Mr. Chang also interned at Stanford University, where he researched amphibian basal lamina using computerized 3-D electron microscopy.