Lee focuses on the impact of the criminal-immigration enforcement system on families. She regularly trains assigned counsel, court staff, and judges in New York City’s Family Courts and is a member of the Office of Court Administration’s Advisory Council on Immigration Issues in Family Courts. Lee also helps to coordinate the statewide ICE Out of Courts coalition, which aims to stop ICE enforcement in New York state courthouses.
She earned her J.D. and a certificate in Refugee and Humanitarian Studies from Georgetown University Law Center. Lee also has a B.A. from Yale University.