Students Matthew Kline, Youngjo Lee named finalists for inaugural Environmental Justice Writing Competition
Moritz students Matthew Kline and Youngjo Lee were recently named finalists for the inaugural Environmental Justice Writing Competition.
Kline, a 3L, is originally from Orrville, Ohio. He grew up in a rural setting before graduating from Miami University (OH) in the spring of 2018 with a degree in Political Science & History. In addition to his law school studies, Matt is a non-voting board member with the Ohio Energy Project, a member of the Bodega Running Club, and a graduate advisor with OSU’s alternative break program Buck-I-SERV. In his free time Matt enjoys working out, cooking, and keeping up to date with the latest political news.
Youngjo “John” Lee is a 2L. As of November 2020, he is currently working as a Grassbaugh Veterans Project Fellow and a Non-voting Member of the Real Property Law Section Council at Ohio State Bar Association. Also, he is doing an Energy Policy Study supervised by Dean Lincoln L. Davies. John worked as a legal intern of the Ohio Environmental Council, a U.S. Bureau Correspondent for Korea Energy Agency’s New & Renewable Energy Center, and a Published Reporter for Korea Racing Authority.