Christable Lee is a second-generation Korean American attorney who grew up closely connected to her roots in Koreatown, Los Angeles. Having personally experienced the challenges of immigrant life, she serves her diverse clients passionately and appreciates their stories from all walks of life.
Christable received her undergraduate degree in Ethnic Studies and Public Policy from Brown University, graduating with honors for her work organizing Asian American youth in Southern California.
While attending Loyola Law School, Christable served on the Board of Editors and coordinated a symposium on “Gender, Power, and the Law” for the Los Angeles Public Interest Law Journal. She also received the Kenneth B. Chang Memorial Scholarship for her dedication to indigent criminal defense at the Center for Juvenile Law and Policy and the Los Angeles Public Defender’s Office.
As a post-graduate fellow at the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office, she represented numerous defendants fighting the potential immigration consequences of their alleged crimes.
Christable is a member of the Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area and serves on the Civil Rights Committee.
Brown UniversityProvidence, Rhode IslandB.A. 2009, with honors
Concentration: Ethnic Studies, Public Policy, American Institutions
Honors: Best Senior Thesis, Ethnic Studies
Loyola Law SchoolLos Angeles, CaliforniaJ.D. 2014
Concentration: Criminal Justice
Honors: Kenneth B. Chang Memorial Scholarship, Korean American Bar Association
Law Journals: Los Angeles Public Interest Law Journal, Loyola Law School Entertainment Law Journal