Professor Lee, a prolific author and scholar, has been published in prestigious journals, including Georgetown Environmental Law Review, Northwestern Journal of Human Rights, Emory International Law Review, Law Library Journal, International Journal of Legal Information, Legal Reference Services Quarterly, Korea University Law Review, and Globalex by New York University Law School. His research focuses on artificial intelligence and human rights, human rights to land, water and education, Asian practice of international law, legal informatics, Korean law and legal education, and pedagogy in law. Professor Lee made numerous presentations at national and international conferences. He is also active with the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) and the American Society of International Law (ASIL), having served on AALL’s Diversity Committee, CONELL Committee, and Awards Committee. He is the former Co-Chair of International Legal Research Interest Group of the ASIL (2012-2015) and the former president of Asian American Law Librarians Caucus of AALL (2013-2014).
A native of Korea, Professor Lee graduated magna cum lade from Korea University where he also received an M.A. in international law. He completed his J.D. at Florida State University, where he was also awarded M.L.S. He is currently teaching advanced legal research, introduction to American law, and international legal research, coaching the Phillip C. Jessup International Moot Court team at the Rutgers Law School. He also teaches international business transactions at the Northeastern University School of Law.