As the founder of Grace Family Law, Grace Y. Lee is committed to representing clients in Portland, Oregon. She focuses her practice on handling family law cases, particularly those that involve custody and divorce.
In 1998, Ms. Lee earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration from The University of Arizona. She then received a Juris Doctor in 2001 from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, where she was a note and comment editor for the school's law review and active in the National Asian Pacific American Law Student Association.
While in law school, Ms. Lee gained valuable experience volunteering with a child advocacy clinic where she represented minors going through dependency proceedings. She also served as an intern in the fraud and public corruption department of the Arizona Attorney General's Office.
Bringing that experience to her practice today, Ms. Lee takes a compassionate approach to helping her clients resolve their family law matters. Over the course of her career, she has built a reputation as a fierce advocate in and out of the courtroom. She understands the emotions involved in such cases, and she takes the time to help her clients obtain the most favorable outcome for their needs. For her achievements, Ms. Lee holds an Avvo "Superb" rating and the Portland Business Journal nominated her for an Orchid Award.
Active in the legal community, Ms. Lee is on the board of directors for the Oregon Law Institute. Ms. Lee also served as a presiding judge for the Oregon Mock Trial Competition in 2005-2006.
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Last Updated: 2/8/2016