Lee’s work examines barriers faced by low-income people within contemporary legal systems, analyzes how systems meant to benefit the poor are frequently subverted or distorted, and proposes ways to combat such subversion.
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Sets forth a model, now being implemented in Baltimore City, for using public input to reform a governmental agency and make it more responsive to its constituents.
Identifies metacognitive self-reflection as a strategy for intellectual growth that is profoundly reshaping legal education.
Identifies core components of systems that promote meaningful (not merely cosmetic) public engagement in the creation and reform of law and policy.