Mr. Lee’s practice focuses on representing borrowers and lenders in a variety of secured and unsecured commercial financing transactions including syndicated and single-lender transactions, asset-based and commercial real estate loans, and cross-border, mezzanine and acquisition financings.
In addition, he provides guidance to clients seeking
to navigate the complex regulatory environment of the financial services
Mr. Lee graduated summa
cum laude from Michigan State University College of Law, as one of the top
students in his class. He attended the University as a recipient of a full
academic scholarship and received numerous awards for academic achievements,
which included Jurisprudence Achievement Awards for academic excellence in
Contracts, Constitutional Law, and Pre-Trial and the Third Place Overall Award,
out of approximately 250 submissions, in the 2014 Donald Nystrom Best Brief
While in law school, Mr. Lee served as Managing
Editor of the Michigan State Law Review
and earned a certificate from Michigan State University College of Law’s Trial
Practice Institute. Additionally, he served as a judicial extern for the
Honorable Judge David McKeague of the United States Court of Appeals for the
Sixth Circuit and as a research assistant for Professor Daniel D. Barnhizer.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Lee worked in
numerous legislative capacities within Michigan’s state government, ending his
tenure as Legislative Director for the Chairman of House Banking and Financial
Services Committee where he was named 2011 Legislative Staff Person of the Year
by the Michigan Credit Union League and Affiliates.