Faren Tang

Resident Fellow


Faren is a Reproductive Justice Fellow with the Program for the Study of Reproductive Justice at Yale. Faren was part of a cohort of students who founded the Reproductive Rights and Justice Project clinic at Yale in 2016. Faren has done legal work for the ACLU, the National Women’s Law Center, the Center for Reproductive Rights, the Center for Lesbian Rights, and Planned Parenthood. She was also a student director of the Immigration Legal Services Clinic at Yale, and prior to law school she worked as a paralegal for Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Faren is especially passionate about pregnancy, birth and lactation justice and the constitutional implications of justice for queer, single-parent, and other nontraditional families. Faren holds a J.D. From Yale and a B.A. In Women’s Studies from Vassar College.