Hyo Jin Lee
Hyo Jin (Jinnie) is a Summer Associate at Conley Law Group LLC. Jinnie completed her second year at Temple University Beasley School of Law, where she is serving as a Law Owl Ambassador. She is a recipient of the Conwell Scholarship and the Flaster Greenberg Scholarship, and she is also a Law and Public Policy Scholar.
Jinnie earned her bachelor’s in Political Diplomacy and International Studies from Ewha Womans University and her master’s in International Studies at Seoul National University. She continued her education while working in the hospitality industry, mainly teaching baking classes and writing cookbooks. She got her culinary degree at Le Cordon Bleu and her second masters in Nutrition and Food Studies at New York University. At law school, Jinnie was a Teaching Assistant for a Legal Research and Writing class and completed the Community Lawyering Clinic. She also worked at nonprofit organizations such as the Consumer Federation of America and the MidPenn Legal Services, and gained experience at the Berks County District Attorney’s Office. In Fall 2023, Jinnie will be working at the Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic, Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office, Handel Food Law LLC, and the National Agricultural Law Center. Jinnie hopes to use her education and experience to make a lasting impact on nonprofit organizations.
Jinnie has lived in South Korea, Japan, Paraguay, Finland, and three different states in the U.S. (New York, Pennsylvania, and Alabama.) Jinnie enjoys cooking, baking, and outdoor activities and loves exploring the food culture of Pennsylvania.
Temple University Beasley School of Law, J.D., 2024
New York University, M.A., (Nutrition and Food Studies), 2020
Seoul National University, M.A., (International Studies), 2010
Ewha Womans University, B.A., (Political Diplomacy and International Studies), 2006