Gregory Ng
Technology and Racial Equity Graduate Fellow

Gregory Ng Yong He is a 2L at Stanford Law School. At Yale, he majored in Ethnicity, Race & Migration, focusing on settler colonial statecraft in Singapore and Hawai’i. At Stanford, he has been a coder and researcher on the Harris County Death Penalty Project, a participant in New Spaces of Justice (Stanford Legal Design x Harvard GSD), and currently sits on the board of the Stanford Human Rights Law Association. He researches and writes about citizenship, punishment, privacy, and intimacy, with particular interest in how formations of power and public life transfer across different geographies.