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Nicolas Lee, Esq.
California Lemon Law Trial Lawyer

Nicolas Lee, Esq.

Nicolas Lee is a consumer warranty attorney, whose entrepreneurial spirit fuels his passion for consumer law. With a background steeped in business, Nicolas brings a fresh perspective to the legal realm, seamlessly combining his entrepreneurial insight with a fervent commitment to championing consumer rights.

His transition to the legal arena was a natural evolution, driven by a desire to empower consumers facing challenges similar to those he encountered as a business owner. He understands the frustration and inconvenience consumers face and makes customer service and satisfaction his number one priority. His commitment to open communication and personalized attention, as well as his fearless advocacy to hold automobile manufacturers accountable, set him apart.

Prior to joining DTLA Law Group, Nicolas graduated from Bates College with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, and a double minor in Philosophy and Mathematics. He earned his Juris Doctor (J.D.) at Loyola Law School, where he was a member of the Entertainment Law Review.

Outside the courtroom, Nicolas enjoys traveling to ski, surf, rock-climb, and mountain bike. He is a native speaker of Spanish, English and Korean.

EDUCACIÓN

  • Bates College – Economics (B.A.)- minor in (1) Philosophy and minor in (2) Applying mathematical methods, May 2011
  • Loyola Law School (J.D) – December 2016

ADMISIONES JUDICIALES

  • Colegio de Abogados de California

CASES

  • 2022 Ford F-150 – Brake Defect: $238,000
  • 2022 Nissan Rogue – Stalling Defect: $85,000
No se afirma ni se pretende afirmar que la calidad de los servicios jurídicos prestados sea superior a la calidad de los servicios jurídicos prestados por otros abogados. Resultados anteriores no garantizan un resultado similar.
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