Lucy Lu

Lucy Lu, Managing Partner

Contact

Mobile: +1.404.596.8773

Email: lucy.lu@ailegallaw.com

Fax: +1.404.920.8598

Location

 

  • Atlanta

  • Silicon Valley

  • New York

  • Chattanooga

Practice

  • Immigration

  • Corporate

  • Startup

  • Transaction

  • Federal Investigation

  • Litigation

  • Employment

  • Franchise

  • Estate Planning

  • Tax

  • Trademark

  • Copyright

  • Licensing

Lucy Lu, Esq.

Lucy Lu is the Founder and Managing Partner of aiLegal Law. She leads the firm's general practice, expansion, and executive management. 

Ms. Lu's practice includes all aspects of immigration, corporate, startup, transaction, federal investigation, litigation, employment, franchise, estate planning, tax, trademark, copyright, and licensing. 

Ms. Lu is a female entrepreneur in law and technology. Before founding aiLegal Law, she has managed a boutique law firm for over 10 years. She also founded aiLegal, a software company in cloud-based SaaS contract automation and management platform. 

With Ms. Lu's unique position in legal and technology industry, she is missioned to found aiLegal Law as a tech-enabled law practice beyond law firm to deliver better, faster, and cheaper legal service to the firm's clients with good quality. 

Ms. Lu has expertise in the followings: 

  • Counsel large international companies in in-bound and out-bound corporate immigration matters; 

  • Counsel international talents in full immigration services from business solutions, family solutions, removal defense, and federal litigations; 

  • Counsel corporate structure and governance for franchises with multi-state or multi-national practices; 

  • Counsel non-profit organizations in multi-state operations; 

  • Counsel startups in corporate structure, incentive plans, financing, valuation, technology, growth and exit strategies; 

  • Counsel international business transactions in sales of goods or services; 

  • Counsel US and international businesses in federal investigation by Department of Labor, Department of Homeland Security, Department of State, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcements, and Internal Revenue Services; and 

  • Counsel foreign business in varies industries, including but not limited to manufacturing, high tech, trading, entertainment, real estate, entering the U.S. market. 

Attorney Admission

  • Supreme Court of Tennessee

  • U.S. Courts of Appeals for the 11th Circuit

  • U.S. District Court of District of Columbia

  • Executive Office for Immigration Review

  • Multiple District Courts, pro hac vice

Education

  • Illinois Tech, Chicago-Kent College of Law, LL.M

  • Tsinghua University, School of Law, LL.B

  • Georgia Tech, EMBA (Incomplete)

  • Harvard Law School Executive Program - Law Firm Leadership

  • Harvard Business School Executive Program

Language

  • Mandarin

  • English

Professional Activities

  • Tennessee Bar Association

  • American Immigration Lawyer Association

  • American Bar Association