Trusted Advisor, Zealous Advocate.









"Highly Recommended"

Attorney Soo Lee came highly recommended by a friend for our real estate transactions. We were not disappointed. The level of care and expertise that we received was beyond the value of what we paid. Soo Lee guided us through our transactions, our first ever real estate purchases, with graciousness and attention to detail. I might add that the transactions ended up being more complicated than first expected. She treated us like family. Her ability to communicated in plain language is fantastic and refreshing. We never felt confused or in the dark. We fully intend to hire her again for all further purchases. Thank you so much!

— Ellery R.


Soo Yeon Lee concentrates her practice in the areas of litigation, business, real estate and trust and estate law. Her practice focuses on the areas of the law that are of recurring importance to business owners and modern global families. The unique combination of her expertise and crossing over between litigation and transactional work enables her to provide creative, smart and winning solutions on issues that cross traditional legal boundaries. In addition, her cultural competency and fluent language skills in both English and Korean positions her well to serve the Korean American community. She acts as general counsel to many Korean American businesses and families. Her practice motto is a "trusted advisor and zealous advocate with integrity and skillfulness."


1 North LaSalle St.

Chicago, IL 60602


If you would like to contact Soo Yeon Lee or subscribe to her newsletter, please click the button below.




1 North LaSalle St.

Chicago, IL 60602


  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn Social Icon

© 2019 Soo Yeon Lee

The information contained here has been prepared for informational purposes only and is not legal advice. This material describes issues in general terms, and good legal advice required detailed analysis of particular facts and circumstances. We welcome the opportunity to discuss legal representation with readers of this content. However, the publication of this content is not intended to create, and receipt of the same does not create, an attorney-client relationship.