Kelly Lee is a 2018-2019 articling student at Cassels Brock. She first joined the firm as a summer student in 2017.
Kelly graduated from the JD program at Queen’s University. At law school, she received the Queen’s Law course prizes in Introduction to Legal Skills, Mental Health Law, and International Refugee Law for highest academic achievement. She was actively involved in the Queen’s Law community. She served as the coordinator of the Upper Year Buddy Program and was the Commissioner of the Equity and Diversity Committee. She was a teaching assistant for the first-year course on legal skills and was also the student coach and researcher for the 2018 Julius Alexander Isaac Diversity Moot.
Kelly graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in English and Religion and went on to complete a Master of Arts in Religion from the University of Toronto, where her research focused on Jewish theological responses to the Holocaust. She also graduated with a Bachelor of Education from the University of Toronto, where she was awarded the Commendation Award for outstanding achievement. She is a certified member of the Ontario College of Teachers. Prior to joining Cassels Brock, Kelly worked in publishing at Nelson Education as a contributing author and researcher.
In her spare time, Kelly enjoys running, reading, and trying new restaurants. She also enjoys stand-up comedy and attends the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal every year.