The Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation (CHLPI) and the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC) are happy to welcome new team members. Cailtin McCormick-Brault joins CHLPI as Associate Director and Clinical Instructor, and Lee Miller joins FLPC as a Clinic Fellow. Read more about the new staff below.
Caitlin McCormick-Brault is an Associate Director and Clinical Instructor in the Harvard Law School Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation (CHLPI). Prior to joining CHLPI, Caitlin was in private practice for nine years in Washington D.C. with the nation’s top public policy practices at the law firms of Patton Boggs and subsequently Akin Gump Straus Hauer & Feld. While in private practice, Caitlin advised clients on legislative and regulatory matters pertaining to health care. She has extensive experience navigating the legislative and regulatory process, drafting legislative language, preparing regulatory comment letters, and developing and implementing strategies for individual clients and coalitions. She has worked directly on matters related to all the major health care legislation in recent years, including the Affordable Care Act, the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act, the Medicare, Medicaid and SCHIP Extension Act, and many others.
Caitlin is a 2007 cum laude graduate of Boston University, where she completed a health law concentration with honors. She received her B.A. in international affairs magna cum laude from the George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs in 2004, concentrating in global public health and conflict and security.
Lee Miller joined the Harvard Law School Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation in August 2016 as a Clinical Fellow in the Food Law and Policy Clinic. Lee comes to FLPC as the inaugural Jane Matilda Bolin fellow and a recipient of the Yale Law Journal Public Interest Fellowship. At FLPC he coordinates a farm bill research consortium comprising six leading law schools with food and agricultural law and policy expertise.
Lee received his JD from Yale Law School, where he co-founded the Yale Food Law Society. During law school Lee pursued experiential opportunities in the field of food and agriculture law across all scales of government. He led an extended project to improve national regulation of concentrated animal feeding operations, helped launch a legal services hub for farmers in Connecticut, and pushed forward pro-agriculture zoning reforms in New Haven.
Prior to law school, Lee earned his Master of Environmental Management from Duke’s Nicholas School, where he helped build and launch the Duke Campus Farm. He graduated from Duke University with a BS in Economics.