Lillian Lee (’05) received accolades from 365 AIGA Design 29 and Applied Arts Magazine in 2008

Life after Parsons led Lillian Lee to several freelance opportunities until she
settled into a home at Shearman & Sterling as part of the multinational law
firm’s creative re-branding team. During the three years there, she worked on
a number of campaigns ranging from the firm’s recruiting efforts to its
annual sponsorship of the world’s largest moot court competition to
firm-wide events, as well as the on-going roll-out and development of the
Shearman & Sterling brand across its 19 offices world-wide.

The following newsprint poster is part of the award-winning campaign for the
firm’s annual moot court competition. The challenge for the 2008 event was
communicating the theme concerning terrorism and human rights in the
marketing collateral. The feedback received from the audience was very
positive – all felt the posters did an excellent job of communicating the
essence of the trial and there has been a subsequent demand for the event
materials post-competition.

Currently Lillian is in the midst of her first year at the MFA Designer as Author program at the School of Visual Arts.