Gabriel Ledeen

Managing Counsel, Privacy and Product, Cruise

Gabe Ledeen is a trusted in-house counsel with deep experience advising sophisticated technical and business leaders on privacy and issues related to artificial intelligence and machine learning. In 2019, he joined Cruise, a leader in the development of autonomous vehicle technology, to build and manage the privacy and product counseling functions. Prior to Cruise, Gabe was in-house at Facebook where he first counseled on privacy regulatory issues and later spent two years as lead product counsel for AI. Gabe began his legal career as an associate at Jones Day after clerking for Judge A. Raymond Randolph on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. 

Gabe graduated cum laude from Rice University with a BA in Philosophy and Cognitive Science with a neuroscience concentration. He earned his law degree from Stanford Law School where he served on the Afghanistan Legal Education Project, was a senior editor for the Stanford Law and Policy Review, and was a founding member of the Stanford Law Veterans Organization.

Prior to law school, Gabe was a Marine logistics officer and deployed twice to al Anbar province, Iraq in 2006 and 2007 with the 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment.

Click to play: Panel I: Privacy for and from the Digital Person

Panel I: Privacy for and from the Digital Person

A National Symposium on Law and Technology

Featuring: Melissa Holyoak, Solicitor General, State of Utah Clayton Kozinski, Counsel, Lehotsky Keller LLP Aaron Royston, Managing Partner,...

Panel I: Privacy for and from the Digital Person

A National Symposium on Law and Technology

Featuring: Melissa Holyoak, Solicitor General, State of Utah Clayton Kozinski, Counsel, Lehotsky Keller LLP Aaron Royston, Managing Partner,...