Paul-Winston Cange is a Litigation Fellow at Sanford Heisler Sharp.
Paul-Winston received his law degree from New York University School of Law, and his undergraduate degree from Temple University. While in law school, Paul-Winston was selected as an Arthur Garfield Hays Civil Liberties Fellow, a fellowship for law students dedicated to redressing historic inequalities, resisting injustice, and protecting democratic institutions. He was also the political action chair of the Black Law Students Association. He completed internships at the New York Attorney General’s Office, The National Housing Law Center, and the Food Research and Action Center. Additionally, he was a quorum editor for the Journal of Legislation and Public Policy and a research assistant to Professor Deborah Archer, the current President of the ACLU. As a research assistant he focused on the impact of federal transportation policy on Black communities.
Prior to joining Sanford Heisler Sharp, Paul-Winston completed a clerkship for the Honorable Irma S. Raker of the Supreme Court of Maryland. Before his clerkship, Paul-Winston was a law clerk in the litigation department of a large international law firm, where he led his own pro bono project focusing on housing law. Before law school, he was a field associate at the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights.
When Paul-Winston is not lawyering, he enjoys playing tennis, reading history and fiction, and hiking in the national parks with his wife.
- J.D., New York University School of Law
- B.A., Temple University
- Honorable Irma S. Raker, Supreme Court of Maryland
- District of Columbia
- The Cole-Davidson American Inn of Court