Human Rights Scholar (email)
Yoojin Lee is a JD candidate at NYU School of Law. She has received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from NYU Abu Dhabi. Her undergraduate study and her thesis, Relations between Attachment Security and Life Story Themes, focused on examining how humans develop resilience through their interactions with various factors in their environment, ranging from their primary caregivers to the entire society. Her academic interest and passion for human rights stem from the insights she obtained from her background in psychology. As a Human Rights Scholar, she studies the role of resilience in human rights workers’ mental health. In the future, she aims to research and foster human resilience against dehumanizing legal systems and practices.