Audrey Lee

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Audrey Lee, J.D.

Email: alee@themediationgroup.org
Mediation, Conflict Coaching, Organizational Development

Audrey Lee, J.D., is a member of TMG’s Mediation Panel. She is also a Senior Mediator and Institute Executive Director at Boston Law Collaborative, LLC.

Audrey specializes in mediating workplace, employment, harassment, discrimination, business partnership, housing, and adult family and trust disputes. She serves on the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission mediation panel, as well as on several other neutral panels. Previously, Audrey served as a mediator for the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination where she mediated harassment, disability, age, race, and gender discrimination cases. Audrey is also a member of a pool of Title IX Adjudicators for Harvard Law School.

In the academic realm, Audrey is on the faculty for the Harvard Negotiation Institute’s Advanced Mediation Workshop, and has served in various teaching roles in Harvard’s Program on Negotiation executive education programs since 2004. As adjunct faculty, Audrey has taught Negotiation courses at Northwestern University School of Law, DePaul University College of Law, and U Mass Boston’s McCormack Graduate School’s Department of Conflict Resolution. 

An avid teacher and trainer, Audrey has worked with a broad range of clients to develop their negotiation and communication skills. Her clients have included numerous law firms, the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism, and the Office of the Illinois Attorney General. Audrey currently co-teaches MWI's flagship 40-hr Mediation Training Program.

Audrey is featured in Harvard Business Review's "Insights" series on Leadership and Managing People, and has published articles in the Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal and the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. She is a Past President of the Chicago Chapter of the Association for Conflict Resolution, a past Co-Chair of MCLE’s annual ADR and the Law Conference, and a current member of the inaugural ADR Committee of the Women’s Bar Association. Previously, Audrey practiced law as an intellectual property and litigation attorney at Winston & Strawn in Chicago and Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York. Audrey is a graduate of Harvard College, magna cum laude, and Harvard Law School.