Lee specialises in complex and high-value disputes and his practice extends across a broad range of commercial law, both in advice and advocacy.

His work is principally focused on:
International and multi-jurisdictional banking disputes
Corporate and personal insolvency
Money laundering and asset tracing
Commercial and white-collar crime

General commercial disputes involving breach of contract, breach of trust, negligence and aspects of residential and commercial property law.

Lee’s practice also encompasses several niche areas including defamation, aviation, competition, intellectual property and trademark infringement, and taxation. Prior to joining the Bar, Lee worked at leading American law firms and UK magic circle firms.

Key cases

Times Travel (UK) Ltd and Nottingham Travel (UK) Ltd v Pakistan International Airlines Corporation [2017] EWHC 1367 (Ch)

R (G) v S and S [2017] EWCA Crim 2119

Sooben v Badal [2017] EWHC 2638 (QB)

Seyed Kamaleddin Nejati Gilani v Mohammed Johngir Saddiq & 5 others [2018] EWHC 3084 (Ch)

Century Financial Holdings Ltd & Anor v Jamtoff Trading Ltd & Anor [2018] EWHC 3135 (Comm)

Further information

The Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn

Prince of Wales Scholar, Gershon Ellenbogen Advocacy Prize,

Norman Tapp Mooting Prize, James Hunt Advocacy Prize (runner up)

BPP Law School

Mooting Competition Final Winner

Bar Vocational Course (BPP Law School)

Postgraduate Diploma in Law (BPP Law School)

MA (Hons.) Moral Philosophy, Logic and Metaphysis (University of St Andrews)