Bryant Lee Bryant Lee, Doctoral Student
Computer Science Department
Carnegie Mellon University

I am now Founder and CEO at Justice Toolbox, which helps bring transparency to the law. I graduated from CMU in December 2009 with an M.S. in Computer Science and then went to Harvard Law School from 2009-2012.

My Office was 1315 Wean Hall

Curriculum Vitae

Mailing Address

Research Interests:

My current research interest is in using technology to make the legal system more accessible. Most people find the legal system be to confusing and difficult to use. With now omnipresent computer systems like smartphones and tablets, it is the perfect time to apply technology to make legal processes simpler and easier.

I previously worked with Prof. Luis von Ahn to develop online games that produce useful computation as a side effect. I also published research with Professors Bob Kraut and Aniket Kittur on the study of computer systems to support collaborative work. My previous work has been in parallel computing, cellular automata, and natural language processing.

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NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, 2006
NDSEG Graduate Research Fellowship, 2006
Banneker Key Full Scholarship (U. Maryland), 2002

Harvard Law School, 2009 - 2012
Cum Laude
Harvard Law Review

Carnegie Mellon University, 2006 - 2009
Ph.D. Student
Advisor: Luis von Ahn

University of Maryland, College Park, 2002 - 2006
B.S. Computer Science
B.S. Mathematics (double degree)
GPA 4.0/4.0

Media Appearances:

I have been interviewed in the media several times because of my site, which has attracted 1.5 million users.

Pittsburgh WTAE Channel 11 News 1/23/2008

Pittsburgh WPXI Channel 4 News 3/27/2008

Pittsburgh KDKA Radio 3/26/2008

Pittsburgh KQV Radio 3/12/2008

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 3/25/2008