Jason Pang L’25
Born and raised in New Jersey, Jason Pang is pursuing a J.D./M.P.A. at Penn Carey Law and the Fels Institute of Government. He plans to focus his career on advocating for civil rights, especially for underrepresented communities.
Jason attended the University of Maryland, where he received dual Bachelor’s Degrees in Government & Politics and Criminal Justice & Criminology with minors in Asian American Studies and Law & Society. On campus, he served as a Rawlings Undergraduate Leadership Fellow, President of Terpwushu, and Communications Director for the College Democrats. During his undergraduate years, he interned in various government positions at the county, state, and federal levels.
Following graduation, Jason worked at the Maryland General Assembly, where he engaged with issues of civil rights, public safety, juvenile justice, and civil justice. Jason then joined the Democratic Governors Association, assisting with gubernatorial campaigns across the country and handling a diverse policy portfolio.
At Penn Carey Law, Jason is an Associate Editor for the University of Pennsylvania Law Review and a Research Assistant for Professor Andrea Yanbai Wang. He additionally serves as the Out-of-State Partnership Manager of the Democracy Law Project, the Professional Development and Programing Director for the American Constitution Society, the Public Service Chair of Asian Pacific Law Student Association, and a Wharton Nonprofit Board Fellow as a visiting board member of the Bethesda Project.
This past summer, Jason worked as a judicial clerk at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), helping adjudicate various civil rights employment discrimination cases.
In his free time, Jason enjoys practicing martial arts, cooking delicious food, playing the guitar, binge-watching TV shows, and playing D&D.