Biography: Jason Lee is a fourth-year at UCLA, majoring in Economics and is committed to going into law school after graduation. He attained his passion for law after having completed three internships at two law firms and a courthouse, where he was able to get personally close to many people working in the field who have not only given him advice about the field but allowed him to see the much more humanistic parts of law that captivated him to begin with. For the school year of 2023-2024, he will continue involving himself in the legal field as a Research Assistant at the UCLA School of Law. At school he further tries to involve himself in student affairs, holding a position on the Undergraduate Council and as a Director of Finance for USAC’s Academic Affairs Commission. Apart from school, he thoroughly enjoys playing guitar, and his parents’ love serves as his greatest motivation.
Future Plans: Jason Lee strives to go into law school after his undergraduate education but aims to take a year of work before doing so. He believes that a knowledgeable and wide worldview is important for such a coordination and client-heavy field, and for the year of 2023-2024, he is applying for fellowships and work opportunities before entering to law school.
What this scholarship means to me?: Being recognized for the Robert D. and Margaret A. Wark Memorial Scholarship is a great honor. I have dedicated myself to succeed and build myself at college, and this award motivates me to work harder so that I may contribute my own to this academic community as well. I thank Robert D. and Margaret A. Wark for lending me this inspiration and positioning me well in my finances so that I may go forward after college and continue building my career.