Abeer Abu Judeh is an attorney, a fortune 500 executive and an innovation officer dubbed by Business Insider a “Rule Breaker.” Abeer has 15+ years of legal practice experience holding various positions in big law, government and in-house. Her expertise includes technology, healthcare, supply chain, corporate transactions and privacy. Abeer’s proudest role is being an entrepreneur and building technology solutions with the future practitioner in mind.
Abeer was born in AL Dheisha refugee camp in Palestine. She was raised by a single mother of 6 children who instilled in Abeer work ethic and resilience. Abeer immigrated to the U.S in search of higher education and a better life. She earned a B.S. in Biology, cum laude, from Bloomfield College becoming the first female in her family to graduate from a four-year degree program. Abeer went on to earn a J.D. from Seton Hall University as part-time student while working during the day to make ends meet.
Abeer is passionate about inclusivity and leading the way in coding bias out of the law. As founder of LexDock, a legal technology company, Abeer focuses on creating solutions to reinvent the manner in which legal services are rendered as well as provide opportunities to empower women and minority attorneys to succeed. To learn about LexDock and whether it’s the right legal operations management system for your creative team, visit www.lexdock.com.
When she is not working, Abeer enjoys spending time with her family, playing boardgames with friends and taking her best friend SimSim on walks. You can reach Abeer via email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
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