CEO and Founder | DoNotPay.com
Joshua Browder is the CEO and Founder of DoNotPay.com, the world’s first AI legal services company. DoNotPay has automated over 200 consumer rights processes, including canceling subscriptions, lowering bills, and obtaining refunds, among many other services. To date, the company has won more than two million cases for its customers. Browder has been named as one of the “35 Innovators Under 35” by MIT Technology Review and one of the top legal innovators in America by the Financial Times.
Browder studied Computer Science at Stanford University. Like many tech entrepreneurs, he did not complete his college degree. Instead, he was awarded a Thiel Fellowship (created by Investor Peter Thiel to help promising young tech students work on a company in advance of graduation). Browder is also a prolific angel investor, having invested in over 150 companies, including Figma, Mercury, Owner.com, Riverside and Jeeves. He focuses his investing on first-time entrepreneurs, such as college and high school dropouts.
Browder grew up in London, England, before moving to Palo Alto, California at the age of 18.