W.J. Lee Owen
W.J. Lee Owen ("Lee") is a St. Johns County native. He is a Minorcan of the Ponce family that came to St. Johns County in 1767. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Florida where he graduated cum laude in 2014.
Before becoming a lawyer, Lee actively worked in politics as a political consultant and advisor for state house representatives, sheriffs, county commissioners, judicial candidates, and constitutional officers in
Lee graduated cum laude from the University of Mississippi School of Law ("Ole Miss Law") in 2018. At Ole Miss Law, Lee distinguished himself as a member of the Trial Advocacy Board by becoming a finalist in the Steen Dalehite & Pace Trial advocacy Board Fall Competition and winning the American Board of Trial Advocates Federal Trial Practice Competition.
While at Ole Miss Law, Lee served in the Criminal Appeals Clinic where he argued a capital murder appeal before the Mississippi Court of Appeals.
Lee started his legal career as an assistant state attorney in 2018. During his time as a prosecutor, he gained valuable trial experience in both County and Circuit courts.
Lee joined the O'Hara Firm in 2020.
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