Carolyn S. Lee (email@example.com) is a Partner at Miller Mayer LLP. She graduated cum laude from Williams College in 1993 and received her J.D. from Cornell Law School in 1999, where she graduated with a specialization in International Legal Affairs. She was also Visiting Scholar at Exeter College, Oxford University. Prior to joining the immigration group at Miller Mayer, Carolyn practiced corporate law in New York City.
Carolyn’s practice is exclusively immigration and focuses on EB-5 investors and regional centers. Carolyn is author of EB-5 publications including “Ethical and Practical Considerations in EB-5 Practice” (2008), “The Meaning of ‘At Risk’ in EB-5 Investment” (2009), and “’Material Change’ in EB-5 Petitions: A Need to Return to the Drawing Board” (2010). She is co-author of EB-5 publications including “Relevance of U.S. Securities Laws to Immigrant Investors, EB-5 Regional Centers and Their Advisors” (2009) and the comprehensive EB-5 update article for the AILA annual conference handbook. She frequently publishes on EB-5 matters on ilw.com, is currently Chair of the AILA EB-5 Investor Committee, a member of the AILA Investor Conference Committee, and the AILA California Service Center Liaison Committee.
She is a recipient of AILA's Joseph Minsky Young Lawyer Award. She is also listed in the International Who’s Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers as well as in The Best Lawyers in America in the practice area of Immigration Law.