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Jen Ghaussy joined Dovel & Luner after establishing a track record of success as a litigator and in-house counsel for some of the most innovative technology companies in the world.

Jen graduated from Harvard Law School (cum laude) in 2008 after completing a degree in Middle East and Asian Languages and Cultures (summa cum laude) at Columbia in 2004.  After law school, Jen worked at two elite firms before joining Uber Technologies in 2013 as their second lawyer.  During Uber’s early years, she managed the majority of Uber’s global regulatory matters, served as the first product counsel for UberX and Uber Eats, and oversaw Uber’s litigation docket.

After leaving Uber, Jen continued to advise growing technology companies such as Lime and DoorDash.


  • Harvard Law School, (J.D., cum laude, 2008)
  • Columbia University, in Middle East and Asian Languages and Cultures, (B.A., summa cum laude, 2004)

Prior Associations

  • DoorDash – Legal advisor
  • Lime – Interim Legal Director, EMEA
  • ofo – Head of Legal, North America
  • Uber – Senior Counsel
  • Quinn Emanual Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP – Associate
  • Irell & Manella, LLP – Associate

Personal Facts

  • Jen’s great-grandfather was a famous Afghan general who fought Russian invaders in the late nineteenth century.
  • Jen fenced saber on her college team.
  • Jen loves to spend time with her pit bull puppy, Zsa Zsa Gabark.

I was drawn to Dovel & Luner’s fierceness and unique client value proposition when I interviewed with them back in 2010.  I ended up declining their offer to explore other career paths.  But after challenging myself for years in several in-house counsel roles, I wanted to take on a new challenge.  I wanted to go back into litigation and get substantive trial experience.  But I realized that while many other firms talk about being built for trial, almost none of them really mean it.  I only knew of one firm that actually built its entire practice around success at trial: Dovel & Luner.  So I called Sean, told him what I was thinking, and the rest is history.

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