Matthew Lee

  • Inner City Public Interest Law Project

  • 2000 Global Fellow

Matthew Lee
  • Inner City Public Interest Law Project

  • 2000 Global Fellow

bold idea

Secure financial and banking resources for low-income American families by providing advocacy and legal representation on banking issues affecting underserved and low-to-moderate income communities.

organization overview

Inner City Public Interest Law Project secured financial and banking resources for low-income American families by providing advocacy and legal representation on banking issues affecting underserved and low-to-moderate income communities.

Personal Bio

Matthew Lee is an American public interest lawyer, author, and founder of two non-profit organizations, Inner City Press and Fair Finance Watch. Both are known for their investigations of the banking industry’s treatment of low-income communities of color around the world.
Lee is the author of the non-fiction book Predatory Lending: Toxic Credit in the Global Inner City and the novel Predatory Bender. Lee is also an accredited journalist at the United Nations.
excerpt from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matthew_Lee

  • Issue Area ?

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    Poverty Alleviation Economic Development

  • Organization/Fellow Location ?

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    Bronx, United States

  • Impact Location ?

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  • Organization Structure ?

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    Nonprofit

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