Rebecca Pearl Chang

Rebecca Pearl Chang

Washington, District of Columbia
Rebecca Chang graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School, where she was an editor-in-chief of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review and a Dean’s Scholar in Corporations, Property and Taxation.

During law school, she was a summer associate at Phillips & Cohen LLP, working on whistleblower claims under the Securities and Exchange Commission whistleblower program and “qui tam” (False Claims Act) cases involving Medicare fraud and violations of the Stark anti-kickback laws.

Ms. Chang was also an Honors Program Intern in the Office of General Counsel at the SEC in Washington, DC, and a Ford Foundation Public Interest Fellow at the National Consumer Law Center.

Prior to Harvard Law, Ms. Chang worked in Hong Kong, helping oversee a multi-million-dollar portfolio of philanthropic grants and social enterprise investments. She also worked as a program manager in an economic policy research group.

She is not admitted to practice yet.

Areas of Practice

  • Whistleblower/Qui Tam
  • Government Agencies & Programs, Government Contracts
  • Health & Healthcare Law
  • Whistleblower - Employee
  • Tax Law, Securities Law


  • Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
    • J.D. (Cum Laude)
    • Law Review: Harvard Civil Rights Civil Liberties Law Review, Editor in Chief, 2014 - 2015
  • Yale College, New Haven, Connecticut
    • B.A.
    • Honors: Cum Laude
    • Major: Literature

Past Employment Positions

  • National Consumer Law Center, Ford Foundation Fellow
  • Securities and Exchange Commission, Honor Legals Intern