Danny Lee was born on November 3, 1990, but not by choice. He was born in the States, but spent some of his most impressionable years in Taiwan before settling in East LA. Danny received average marks at Alhambra High School and slightly above average marks at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Before Loyola, Danny lived in Sacramento where he worked for California’s Judicial Branch and co-founded a political organization devoted to promoting and advancing Asian American representation.
At Loyola, Danny is the Vice President of the Criminal Law Society and Consumer Law Society, a participant in the Hobbs District Attorney Clinic, and a member of the Byrne Trial Advocacy Team. He spent his 1L summer with a nonprofit organization and his 2L summer with a employment law firm.
On a more personal note, Danny is 6’3 on a good day, bathes regularly, has excellent credit, and his diet can be described as “unchaperoned kid at a birthday party.” Jokes aside (he’s actually 5’7ish), Danny has a deep passion for public interest work, and is excited to serve the Loyola community as a member of the 2016-2017 PILF Board!