Lee represents municipal and private sector clients in litigation and dispute resolution, as well as in the areas of municipal entity formation, governance, and legal authority, public records and open meetings, and municipal and public utility real estate and other property transactions, franchises and operator agreements. His representation of public clients includes cities and counties, as well as municipal utilities, other special purpose districts, and local improvement districts. Lee has published and presented on public records law and on state constitutional issues, including separation of powers. He is a regular contributor to Foster Pepper’s Open Local Government Blog.
Prior to joining private practice, Lee served more than four years in the Washington State Governor’s Office as liaison to various local government and community groups.