Angelica Lee is a San Francisco native committed to creating a more accessible legal system for all. After witnessing countless acts of racial injustice in her community, Angelica has engaged with controversial issues since high school, especially involving the reform of America’s deeply flawed criminal justice system. For six years, she served as the Cadet Captain of the San Francisco Police Activities League Law Enforcement Cadet Program, where she observed firsthand both the deep needs police officers have to fill and the racialized approach to policing that is far too common. At UC Berkeley, she assisted on many government-funded criminal justice research projects, including examining police-community relations in urban areas, intellectual property protections for data-driven policing technologies, and the intersection of the healthcare system and mass incarceration. Angelica is a 1L at UC Hastings College of the Law.