Associate Professor of Lawyering Skills
Director, Academic Support
B.S., Grove City College
J.D., University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law
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Professor Lee has served as a professor and Director of Academic Support at Pacific McGeorge since 2008. Prior to entering the legal field, she spent several years as the co-owner and manager of three independent pharmacies. She now teaches Principles of Criminal Law, Principles of Legal Analysis, and Animal Law, and she administers and teaches in the Practical & Persuasive Legal Writing and First-Year Skills Hours Programs. In past years, she taught Principles of Agency and led a year-long workshop in Appellate and International Advocacy.
Professor Lee is a national presenter and published author in the field of Academic Support, as well as a member and officer of several national and regional committees dedicated to effective teaching and law student support. She serves as Assistant Editor for The Learning Curve, the official publication of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Section on Academic Support, and as Chair of the Association of Academic Support Educators Scholarship Committee. She also co-founded the West Coast Consortium of Academic Support Professionals, and is the winner of the 2012 University of the Pacific Podesto Award for Excellence in Student Life, Mentoring, and Counseling. Lee was elected Chair Elect of the AALS Section on Balance in Legal Education at the 2014 AALS Annual Meeting.
Courses: Principles of Legal Analysis, Practical & Persuasive Legal Writing, Skills Hours, Principles of Criminal Law, Animal Law