Soo Yeon Lee concentrates her practice in the areas of commercial litigation and real estate law. She has a wide range of litigation experiences involving real estate and property rights, various commercial transactions, construction, insurance, and claims for injunctive relief. She serves as an arbitration panelist in the Circuit Court of Cook County. She also provides counsel on a wide array of business issues well beyond the litigation setting.

She represents sellers and buyers of commercial real estate and has extensive experience representing commercial landlords and tenants in leasing, negotiating retail, restaurant, office, shopping center, and industrial leases. She regularly counsels on various property ownership and management issues.

She has moderated and presented CLE programs on commercial real estate and is a frequent speaker and writer on real estate and litigation-related topics for business owners.

She has been named a 2015-2017 Emerging Lawyer by the Law Bulletin Publishing Company’s Leading Lawyers division. The recognition, held by less than 2 percent of Illinois attorneys, is limited to lawyers age 40 or younger unless they have practiced for a decade or less. She was also selected as one of the six attorneys in the nation for the Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law of the American Bar Association Fellows Class of 2012-2014, and served as a chair of Ground Leasing Committee and a co-chair of Nuts and Bolts of Leases teleconference series.

Bar Admissions
Illinois, 2005