Wilmer Cutler Associate Goes From Securities to Immigrants

, The Recorder

Jennifer Lee is giving up an active securities practice at a major firm in Silicon Valley. Why would a young associate want to do that? Because Lee, who works in Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr's Palo Alto, Calif., office, was just chosen to be the first teaching fellow at Stanford Law School's Immigrants' Rights Clinic. Cooley Godward Kronish recently announced the creation of the teaching fellowship, which the firm has endowed for five years with a $250,000 total grant.

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