Suet Lee


Practices & Industries:

Design Patent, Copyright, Trademark & Advertising

Contact Information:

(312) 248-2651

Suet Lee joined Irwin IP as an associate in September 2023. She graduated from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, where she served as the 2022-23 Student Bar Association President, was a National Semifinalist in the National Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition at the 2022 NAPABA Convention, was one of the Executive Editor of the LUC Law International Law Review and was the Managing Editor of IP Bytes. Throughout law school, Suet gained legal advocacy experience by interning/externing at Shirley Ryan Ability Lab and at Cook County Health and Hospitals Systems.

Before law school, Suet earned her undergraduate degree in biology from UW-Madison. She has worked extensively in the health, non-profit, and stem cell research fields.

Prior Experience

Prior to joining Irwin IP, LLP, Suet worked as a student clinician for the Health Justice Project, a law clerk for a personal injury law firm, and then as a litigation intern for the Cook County Health and Hospitals Systems. There, she facilitated pre-disciplinary employee hearings for their COVID-19 vaccination program. Suet also worked as an extern at Shirley Ryan AbilityLab where she was responsible for compiling compliance requirements of a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services provider pursuant to federal and state regulations, redlining contracts, as well as other labor and employment matters.

During her studies at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Suet was a member of the IP Law Society, and wrote and edited for IP Bytes. Suet was later employed by Irwin IP, LLP, with a focus on patent litigation. In this role, she continues to work on design patent cases and pro bono cases with Lawyers for the Creative Arts on copyright matters.

Prior to law school, Suet obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in biology and a Certificate in the Health and Humanities from UW-Madison. She was a former phlebotomist and student researcher at the Thomson Lab, which focused on stem cell researcher. She remained dedicated to community service through volunteering for the Discovery Volunteers Program with the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, and by volunteering and serving as an executive board member for Badger Volunteers.

Membership & Affiliations

Associate Member, Richard Linn Inn
Committee Member, Coalition of Women’s Initiatives in Law
Member, ChiWIP


Loyola University Chicago School of Law, J.D. 2023

  • 2022-23 Student Bar Association President
  • Nationals Semifinalist in Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition
  • Health Law Certificate

University of Wisconsin, B.S. 2020

  • B.S. in Biology
  • Health and Humanities Certificate

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