John Lee specializes in guiding corporations, trade associations, industry coalitions and nonprofit organizations through the legislative and regulatory aspects of government advocacy campaigns. Through targeted outreach efforts, John develops and coordinates strategies to accomplish client goals in the legislative and executive branches. John has experience in organizing fly-ins, drafting materials to share on Capitol Hill, and developing messaging to best reach intended audiences.
John also coordinates research efforts conducted by the Policy Resolution Group (PRG), presenting clients with a detailed analysis of current law and the legislative climate. By tracking legislative and regulatory action, he is able to inform businesses and other stakeholders on the possible impacts of changes in federal and local policies. John has particular knowledge of the appropriations process, assisting clients in sectors including energy and environmental, product safety, health care and defense.
Previously, John spent summers on Capitol Hill with both Congressional and Committee offices. While at Colgate University, John was selected as a senior fellow at the Office of Admission, and after serving as a senator in the Student Government Association for three years he was elected vice president of the student body.
Articles in the National Law Review database by John Lee
Bracewell’s 2020 Election analysis coverage is recognized with a National Law as Go-To Thought Leadership award for the firm’s articles, videos and webinars analyzing the election results and the firm’s predictions about how these results will impact public policy. Topics addressed in Bracewell’s 2020 Election coverage include: appropriations and budget, committee leadership, consumer product safety, energy, environment, international trade, labor and employment tax, and the first 100 days of the new administration. The following Bracewell authors were the most frequent contributors of 2020 election news: Anna Burhop, Liam P. Donovan, John Lee and Scott H. Segal.