Rebecca Chan is a J.D. candidate in the Yale Law School class of 2018. She is interested in reproductive justice, and particularly intersections between race, labor, and gender, as well as multinational corporate accountability, with a focus on labor and environment. At Yale, Rebecca is a research assistant for Professor Reva Siegel and a co-president of Law Students for Reproductive Justice. Prior to studying at Yale, Rebecca was part of the research team at the Tobin Project, conducting research on the relationship between corporations and American democracy. Rebecca holds a B.A., cum laude, from Columbia University, with majors in Environmental Chemistry and Political Science. She spent summer 2016 at the ACLU Reproductive Freedom project.