Bruce G. Lee is a seasoned attorney who draws upon a wealth of legal and educational experience to advocate for individual employees at Sessions & Kimball LLP.

Bruce’s experience includes externing at a prominent law firm in South Korea and working at an international law firm and smaller firms. At these firms, Bruce assisted companies with corporate needs ranging from securities filings to mergers and acquisitions to employment contracts to independent contractor agreements and equity incentive plans.

He also served as a volunteer mediator in the Utah County Small Claims Courts and has externed for both a Utah non-profit organization and a prominent Korean law firm. Bruce was featured on the inaugural edition of the Orange County Public Law Center’s newsletter for his pro bono work in securing Special Immigrant – Juvenile Status for a young male client.

Prior to graduating from Brigham Young University’s J. Reuben Clark Law School, Bruce earned a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology from UCLA, where he also earned his BA in Psychology and in Business Economics. Prior to attending UCLA, Bruce served for two years in Korea for an international service organization.

Bruce’s interests have included choral singing, camping, Lindy Hop, and piano performance, but he currently devotes his time to his wife and four sons.


  • Wiley W. Manuel Award for Pro Bono Legal Services from the California State Bar (2009).
  • Lead Editor – Education and Law Journal.
  • Teaching Assistant – Legal Interviewing and Counseling.
  • Volunteer, Supervisor, and Trainer for an international non-governmental organization in South Korea.
  • Eagle Scout.
  • Executive Committee Member – Orange County Bar Association Labor & Employment Section