Susan Posluszny is an associate at Dovel & Luner.
Susan joined Dovel & Luner after graduating from Harvard Law School. During law school, Susan was an Articles Editor on the Harvard Law Review and Academic Co-chair of Section 8, the transfer student section.
Susan was born and raised in Texas. She attended Yale University, where she majored in theater. After graduating, Susan worked in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles before deciding to attend law school.
In her free time, Susan enjoys watching movies and reading mystery novels.
- Harvard Law School, (J.D., cum laude)
- Yale University, (B.A., cum laude)
- Susan’s first language was Spanish.
- Susan is both a cat and a dog person, a polarizing statement she nonetheless stands behind.
- Despite growing up in South Texas, an extremely sunny place, Susan is unequivocally an indoor girl.
Joining Dovel & Luner
Going through employer interviews during law school was like running a (Zoom) marathon. Speaking with so many firms was exhausting, and the individual interviews all became a bit of a blur. Except one. My interview with Dovel & Luner. It is embarrassing how little I knew about plaintiff-side litigation at the time, but the people I spoke with did not hold that against me. They were funny, kind, and engaging. People I would want to hang out with, not just work with. They took their work, but not themselves, seriously. When I was lucky enough to work at the firm during my 2L summer, I knew it was the right place for me. From day one, associates perform substantive work on real cases. Mentorship is a top priority at the firm, and my brief writing, oral advocacy, and client development skills are honed every day. Dovel & Luner is a place where you will be intellectually challenged in a supportive environment, a combination that is not easy to find. Plus, the snacks are awesome.