Shin-Ming Wong, Esq. (he/him/his) is the Supervising Hotline Attorney for the National Center for Lesbian Rights. He graduated with a BA from Stanford University in 2003, where he majored in Philosophy. He was awarded his JD from U.C. Hastings in 2007, with a focus on Public Interest law. As an undergraduate he was active in student organizing around LGBTQ and people of color issues and was on staff at the Stanford LGBTQ Community Resources Center. While in law school he did clinical work at the Center for Gender and Refugee Studies and volunteered at the General Assistance Advocacy Project. He also served as co-chair of Hastings’ LGBTQ student group, Outlaw. He clerked at NCLR his first summer and after law school. In his second summer, he clerked for Julian Burnside, a QC in Melbourne, Australia. He is admitted to practice in California.