Joey is an associate at Dovel & Luner.
She has worked on several high-profile cases at Dovel & Luner, including consumer class actions, business tort matters, and intellectual property matters.
Joey joined Dovel & Luner after graduating from Harvard Law School. In law school, she led an organization for first generation college students and low-income students, for which she won the Dean’s Award for Community Leadership. She also worked for the International Human Rights Clinic, where she co-authored a groundbreaking report finding that state-sanctioned massacres in Haiti were crimes against humanity.
Joey grew up in Melbourne, Australia. She has also lived in Abu Dhabi and New York.
- Harvard Law School (J.D., cum laude, 2021)
- NYU Abu Dhabi (B.A., cum laude, 2016)
- Joey is the author of Lucky Ticket, for which she has won several literary awards and was named one of three Best Young Australian Novelists of 2020.
- Joey’s parents are refugees from the Vietnam War.
- Joey aspires to attend the Met Gala.
Joining Dovel & Luner
In law school, I was looking for something to break the mold. The legal professional can be unnecessarily rigid, and hew to tradition for tradition’s sake.
Dovel & Luner was a refreshing change. It is small and nimble enough to evolve and focus only on the things that matter. It emphasizes deliberate and regular practice to improve its lawyers’ skills. From day one, I was training directly with partners on trial advocacy.
The firm is always open to new ideas, so that lawyers can bring in the cases that they believe in and that matter to them. I wanted to have a part in shaping the community that I join, and I’m glad to have a place at Dovel & Luner.