George and Lisa Dowell formed Dowell LLP with the vision of providing sophisticated, client-focused service. With this guiding principle, they approach each client and matter with the same formula – listen to the client’s goals and deliver results that meet those goals in the most efficient manner possible.
George has spent 11 years representing clients nationwide ranging in size from garage-based entrepreneurs to billion dollar companies. He studied law at Santa Clara University where he has also been a guest lecturer and is currently a mentor with Entrepreneurs Law Clinic. Prior to law school, he was a teacher in Western New York working with kids with dyslexia. George attended the University of Washington where he obtained a degree in economics and won a national championship as member for the rowing team. George lives in Willow Glen with his wife, Lisa, and two sons. When he’s not working or coaching, George enjoys golf, cooking and almost anything related to the outdoors. George focuses his practice in Corporate Governance, Business Litigation and Transactions, Insurance Coverage and Proposition 65 Defense.
Lisa focused her law school education on the public interest sector, clerking for the Honorable Katherine Lucero and holding an internship with the Santa Clara County Office of the County Counsel. She was a legal intern for U.S. Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps in Heidelberg, Germany. After graduating from Santa Clara University School of Law in 2004, she practiced family law at Whiting, Fallon & Ross in Walnut Creek. Upon returning to Silicon Valley, Lisa worked for a plaintiff’s litigation firm specializing in Proposition 65. She also spent several years working in the non-profit sector, gaining experience in development and event management. Lisa focuses on the firm’s non-profit clients, legal research, office management, marketing and client communications.