When you spend enough time in a community, you get exposed to its many layers. Some are fortunate enough to play an active role in a region’s evolution. Lee provides a look into his life as a local attorney, Jefferson County District Attorney and Jefferson County Court Judge. Also, he talks about the lifelong friendships made through philanthropy, where he discovered the true meaning of giving back, and helping establish a pair of critical area non-profits.
“The satisfaction you get from helping someone in need, or an organization in need, makes life worth living.”
– Lee Clary
The responsibility of being Jefferson County’s District Attorney and Court Judge
An introduction to giving back
First lesson as a local lawyer
The rise of the Watertown Urban Mission and Credo Community Center
Finding friends in philanthropy
Lee explains why he’s actively involved in the community today
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