About Loren M. Lee

Loren "Lo" Lee focuses her practice on litigation and enforcement matters in the financial services industry. Lo is also dedicated to pro bono service and protecting the rights of marginalized people, with emphasis on criminal post-conviction relief, immigration proceedings and civil rights actions.

A wide range of client service experience

Lo assists both individuals and companies facing regulatory and enforcement actions, as well as in federal and state court litigation and arbitrations. Prior to joining Katten, Lo was a specialist with one of the largest global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing companies, serving Fortune Global 100 clients in a variety of industries including financial services, energy and telecommunications. In this role, Lo developed professional and interpersonal skills by translating strategic objectives into concrete technological solutions.

While in law school, Lo gained written and oral advocacy skills while serving clients in the Civil-Criminal Litigation Clinic, the Juvenile Justice Clinic and the Workers' Rights Clinic. Lo also served as co-president of the Black Law Students Association and the executive production editor of the Michigan Law Review, where she was responsible for editor wellbeing, managed the duties of 85+ associate and senior editors, and successfully transitioned journal operations to be fully remote without sacrificing publication capacity. During her tenure on the Law Review, Lo published a note titled "Affirmative Inaction: A Quantitative Analysis of Progress Toward 'Critical Mass' in U.S. Legal Education."

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