LEE ANN CHAE
Lee-Ann Chae is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow who works in ethics and in social and political philosophy, focusing on questions about nonviolent conflict resolution, trust and moral deliberation, and hope in the future. Her current research examines issues of trust as they emerge in the corporate setting, and in particular why corporations are responsible for producing a work environment that is free of incivility and microaggression, and why there are moral limits to how a corporation may advertise its good corporate character.
More information about her research and teaching interests can be found on her personal website: www.leeannchae.com.
Ph.D. in Philosophy, University of California, Los Angeles
J.D., University of Southern California Law School
B.A., University of California, Berkeley
Other Positions Held
Associate, White, O’Connor, Curry LLP, 2005–2007
Attorney, Litt & Associates, 2004–2005
Judicial Extern, Hon. Samuel L. Bufford, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California, Summer 2002