Chang Wang is an attorney at Kingsfield Law. Wang has been admitted to law practice in New York, the District of Columbia, Minnesota, and federal courts. He specializes in immigration law and corporate law.
Wang is the second Chinese ever elected to the prestigious American Law Institute (ALI), Vice Chair of International Legal Education and Specialist Certification Committee and Vice Chair of Art and Cultural Property Law Committee at the American Bar Association (ABA); and a member of the ABA Human Rights Advisory Council. He also serves on the ABA Steering Groups for Chinese Law, and Immigration and Naturalization Law. He is a member of Civil Engagement Committee of Minnesota Governor Dayton’s Diversity and Inclusion Council, and a board member of Immigration Law Council, Minnesota State Bar Association. In 2017, Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton appointed Wang as a member of the Minnesota Zoological Board. In 2018 Chief Justice Lorie Gildea of the Minnesota Supreme Court appointed Wang as a member of the Minnesota State Board of Continuing Legal Education.
Wang received a B.F.A. in Filmmaking from Beijing Film Academy, an M.A. in Comparative Literature and Comparative Cultural Studies from Peking (Beijing) University, an M.A. in Art History from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and a Juris Doctor from the University of Minnesota Law School. He holds associate and adjunct professorships at ten law schools and business schools in the U.S., China, Austria, Switzerland, and Italy. Wang has published six books and numerous essays and academic papers on law, art, and U.S.-China relations.