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Edward J. Lee has been an attorney at the Firm for the past two years. He earned his undergraduate degree in Economics from Wayne State University and his law degree magna cum laude from the Detroit College of Law (now Michigan State University). He has concentrated his 27-year legal practice on civil litigation and was formerly an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Arizona.

Ed has spent the last 17 years practicing community association law. During that time, he has assisted with hundreds of community association membership and board meetings, where he has acquired a vast knowledge of the rules of parliamentary procedure. In addition to his extensive litigation experience in the areas of construction defects, collections, enforcement and governance relating to community associations, he has been involved in all aspects of drafting, amending, interpreting and enforcing association governing documents.


  • Detroit College of Law, J.D., 1989, Magna Cum Laude

  • Wayne State University, B.A. (Economics), 1985


  • Admitted to Michigan Bar 1989

  • Admitted to Arizona Bar 1992

  • Admitted to the Eastern District of Michigan, Federal Courts


  • “The Vacant Unit” – Common Ground (Michigan CAI Chapter), May/June 2011

  • “Is it Time for Michigan to Adopt ‘Limited’ Super-Priority Assessment Liens?” – Community Association News (Michigan CAI Chapter), First Quarter 2015

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