Leila Banijamali

Leila Banijamali is the Co-Founder and CEO of Symbium Corp., the computational law company, which she launched in 2018 with her Stanford co-founders. The company is fundamentally disrupting how complex planning regulations are consumed by the public and creating intuitive web applications from complex laws and regulations to make it easy for anyone to understand what’s possible on a particular piece of property.

Prior to launching Symbium, Banijamali founded businesses in the technology media industries in addition to acting as outside general counsel to hundreds of tech companies. In 2009, she founded the law firm, Bedrock, where she led over $200M in complex enterprise negotiations with Salesforce, Facebook, GE, Johnson & Johnson, Time Warner, Disney, Clorox, LinkedIn, and more.

Notable Achievements:

  • January 2021: American Bar Association 2021 Women of Legal Tech Honoree; 2021 GovTech 100 Honoree
  • April 2020: Ivory Innovations Prize for Housing Affordability (received on behalf of Symbium)
  • January 2019: Raised $4M Series Seed round for Symbium Corp.
  • 2018 – Present: Co-Founder and CEO of Symbium Corp.
  • 2017 – Present: Stanford University CodeX Fellow
  • 2014: Founded and launched Startup Documents



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