Stacey Lee is a Professor of Law and Ethics at the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School (with a joint appointment at the Bloomberg School of Public Health). She teaches courses in business law, health law, and negotiations. Her research and writing focus on pharmaceutical manufacturers’ international and domestic influence on access to medicines, transformative healthcare negotiations, and the impact of COVID-19 on the employer-employee relationship. Stacey currently serves as the Academic Program Director for the flagship Full-time MBA program at Carey Business School. In 2019, she founded the Teaching Excellence Initiative at Carey Business School to coach faculty and enhance the pedagogy provided to students. Stacey is a Fulbright Specialist for her expertise in negotiations and healthcare law. She has received numerous research grants and fellowships for her teaching innovations. Her most recent research focuses on how the COVID-19 pandemic and accompanying laws and policies have affected the employer-employee relationship. Stacey was a featured TEDx speaker on “Patient Voices.” Her work has also been featured in several prominent law reviews and peer-reviewed journals such as the Journal of Business Ethics, Yale Journal of Health Policy and Ethics, Annals of Health Law, Aesthetic Surgery Journal, Journal of Legal Medicine, and Health and Human Rights International Journal. Stacey routinely provides legal analyses to news outlets including the Washington Post, CNN, CBS, and NPR regarding the Supreme Court, Congress, and current events of national importance. Before entering academia, Stacey practiced law for over ten years. She began as a securities litigator and later became in-house counsel for two of the country’s largest healthcare corporations. Stacey also served as the senior regulatory specialist for the United States’ largest national healthcare trade association.