Jamie Lee draws from a background in science and law to counsel clients on legislative, regulatory, and legal matters, including those related to energy, environmental, small business, technology, and financial services policy matters. During the COVID-19 crisis, she has been engaged in helping clients in various industries seek legislative relief in Congress and the Executive branch, particularly in the small business space. Her pro bono work focuses on climate change advocacy and immigration.
Ms. Lee received her JD with honors from the University of Chicago Law School, where she served as a Topic Access and Recruitment Editor of The University of Chicago Law Review. While attending law school, she was a clinical student in the Abrams Environmental Law Clinic and worked on legislative advocacy at the state level and regulatory matters. Also during law school, Ms. Lee served as a summer law clerk for the US Environmental Protection Agency's Environmental Appeals Board. Prior to law school, she helped conduct research on water resources and energy operations nationwide and was involved in gubernatorial and congressional campaigns in Texas. Ms. Lee graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with her BSA in Chemistry with high honors.
- JD, University of Chicago Law School, 2019, Honors
- BSA, Chemistry, University of Texas at Austin, 2016, high honors
- District of Columbia
- Member, Women in Government Relations (WGR)