Ms. Lee is an economist and an expert in providing economic research and data analyses to clients facing legal disputes and investigations. Ms. Lee has predominantly specialized in class certification issues in antitrust matters involving price-fixing allegations. She has also worked on a variety of matters analyzing liability and damages issues in antitrust matters. In managing large-scale class certification cases, Ms. Lee brings extensive experience working with large, complex datasets, as well as expertise in applying sophisticated statistical analyses to class certification requirements. Ms. Lee has provided her expertise across a wide range of industry areas, including consumer products, pharmaceuticals, and finance.
Ms. Lee earned her MIA in economic development from Columbia University. She received her BS in business administration and international affairs from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles.
- Research Assistant, United Nations Economic & Social Commission for Asia Pacific
- Researcher, Database Center for North Korean Human Rights