Professor Lee joined the School of Law in 2003 as head of the law library and
related departments. She previously served in a similar position at Florida International
University College of Law. As an attorney and member of the Maine and Massachusetts bars,
Professor Lee served as counsel to the Maine Legislature, specializing in business and
labor law, was legal counsel to the Massachusetts Cable TV Commission and assistant
legislative counsel to the John Hancock Insurance Company. 

Professor Lee's career in legal education began with the directorship of the law
library of the Massachusetts School of Law. She then served as associate director for the
William Mitchell College of Law in Minnesota and as associate dean for the law library at
Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco. She teaches Advanced Legal



Preserving Our Heritage: Protecting Law Library Core Missions Through Updated Library Quality Assessment Standards, School of Law Faculty Publications (2008)

Professor Lee argues that traditional quality criteria for judging law libraries are now inadequate because...