Jean Lee

Areas of Interest: ILAP, white collar crime and M&A
Networks: 2017 Summer Associate; Foley Hoag - Boston; Harvard Law School
Looking For: I hope to litigate in international fora, including the International Court of Justice, the World Bank's International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, and the Permanent Court of Arbitration.
Hometown: Lexington, MA; Seoul, Korea
Bio: I am a second-year student at Harvard Law School, and I graduated with a B.A. from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. Before coming to law school, I worked as the Research and Program Assistant at the U.S.-Asia Law Institute, where I provided research and editing support to the institute's directors for publications relating to U.S.-China relations, public international law and international development. On campus, I am closely involved with the Harvard International Law Journal as an Article Editor and Symposium Chair; the Korean Association of Harvard Law School as Co-President; and the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association as the Sponsorship Chair. I am a certified SCUBA diver and love diving with manta rays and nurse sharks in tropical islands. In my spare time, I like playing the acoustic guitar and writing my own songs.

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Exploring Different Practice Groups and Mentorship Opportunities at Foley Hoag

This summer, I took a conscious effort to get an exposure to a variety of practice groups and to learn how attorneys chose their practice area. Summer associates can choose which assignments to work on from the "assignment bank," where supervising attorneys post assignments with different departments, including the Business Department, Litigation Department and International Litigation and Arbitration Department (ILAD). More »

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