Brianni Lee  Legal Assistant


B.A. in Philosophy and Germanic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States of America 

Expected Graduation May 2020

Pre-College Program Graduation Certificate in Piano, The Juilliard School, New York, NY, United States of America

Graduated May 2016



Ms. Brianni Jeemin Lee is an undergraduate student at Harvard University pursuing a joint concentration in German and Philosophy. 

Ms. Lee has worked as a researcher in various fields, including German philosophy, Sociology, Law, and the arts. Throughout her years at Harvard, she worked on a number of independent research projects that have won awards and been invited for oral presentations in academic conferences. One of her independent projects was “A Comparative Critique of Foucault and Adorno: Defining a Domain of Authentic Action between Preserving Negativity and Talking Back,” which was invited for presentation by the 2019 Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy at the University of Melbourne. Ms. Lee has also worked as a research assistant for the Harvard Korea Family Project and was selected as a Radcliffe Research Partner in the Radcliffe Research Fellowship Program. 

Ms. Lee’s professional experience includes working as a legal assistant in a non-profit law firm that specializes in indigent capital defense in New Orleans. She has also worked as a student program director at another non-profit organization that recruits and trains Harvard undergraduate students to teach an after-school program in five NYC middle schools throughout winter break. 

Ms. Lee’s student organization experience at Harvard includes working as the Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard International Review, the president of the Korean International Student Association, and a mentor for the Harmony Program at the Phillips Brooks House Association. 


  • John Harvard Scholar 2018-2019 (Top 5%)
  • Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics Lester Kissel Summer Grant in Practical Ethics recipient
  • Center for Jewish Studies J-Term Research Fellowship recipient
  • Music Lesson Subsidy Program Award recipient

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