Lee was always intrigued by complex questions. As a philosophy major, he sought practical solutions for ways to positively impact people’s lives and viewed law as the path to those answers.
In law school, Lee helped local entrepreneurs bring their bold visions to reality at the Small Business Development Center. He served an internship with the Pennsylvania Securities Commission where he was able to observe the complex relationship between business and government, inspiring him to draft and publish a Financial Fraud Law Report treatise on victims of corporate exploitation.
Lee interned for the nationally prominent Honorable M. Teresa Sarmina of Philadelphia’s Court of Common Pleas and served a judicial internship with the Honorable Robert J. Mellon of the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas. As a law student, Lee also served on the Executive Board of Temple’s International and Comparative Law Journal and presided as the head of Temple’s Jewish Law School Association.
After graduating from law school, Lee worked as a civil litigator in a Philadelphia law firm where he gained invaluable courtroom experience fighting for his clients and honing his negotiating skills.