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Announcing LTRC’s Women of Legal Tech 2018

The Legal Technology Resource Center (LTRC) is pleased to make its third annual announcement of Women of Legal Tech. LTRC’s Women of Legal Tech initiative is intended to encourage diversity and celebrate women in legal technology. This initiative launched in 2015 with a list of innovators and leaders in legal technology and with this year’s additions, that list now includes over 80 talented and influential women leaders.

This year, we received more nominations than ever before. The nominations were inspiring and indicate real momentum for women in the legal tech space. A committee of LTRC tech gurus met to select this year’s honorees. The committee consisted of Nicole Bradick, Natalie Kelly, Dennis Kennedy, Sofia Lingos, Brooke Moore, Allison Shields, Kristen Sonday, and myself. It was impossible to limit our selections to only 10 women as we have in the past. As a result, this year, we are excited to add 25 women to our ever-growing Women of Legal Tech list

We will be running individual profiles on each of our honorees this year every week, so stay tuned!


Congrats to Our Class of 2018!


Alyson Carrel 
Assistant Dean of Law & Technology, Clinical Professor, Mediator, Northwestern Law

Amy Wan

Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Sagewise

Antigone Peyton

Chair, Intellectual Property and Technology Law Practice at Protorae Law

Aurora Martin
Founder of popUPjustice

Basha Rubin

Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder of Priori Legal

Carol Lynn Grow

Owner & VP of Marketing & Sales at LawToolBox

Chelsey Lambert

Author, Speaker, Legal Technology Specialist, Founder of Lex Tech Review

Chrissie Lightfoot

Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Robot Lawyer Lisa

Claudia Johnson
Pro Bono Net LawHelp Interactive Program Manager, Collaborator at

Connie Brenton

Chief of Staff & Senior Director of Legal Operations at NetApp

Denise Howell

Technology Lawyer, Blogger, Columnist and Host of “This Week in the Law”

Gabriela Cubeiro

Director & Co-Founder at CASEpeer

Gillian Hadfield

Author and Law and Economics Professor at University of Southern California

Haley Altman

Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder at Doxly

Irene Mo

Attorney and NextGen Fellow at the ABA Center for Innovation

Ivy B. Grey

Author of American Legal Style at PerfectIt and Senior Attorney at Griffin Hamersky LLP

Kelly Clifford
Chief Operating Officer at LEAP

Kelly Twigger

Discovery Strategist at ESI Attorneys and Creator of eDiscovery Assistant

Laura Safdie

Chief Operating Officer & General Counsel at Casetext

Mary O’Carroll

Head of Legal Operations at Google

Mary Vandenack

Founding & Managing Member at Vandenack Weaver LLC

Maya Markovich

Head of Product at NextLawLabs

Stephanie Corey

Co-Founder & General Partner at UpLevel Ops

Tiffany Graves

Pro Bono Counsel at Bradley

Vanessa Davis

Vice President, Legal & Managing Product Counsel at LegalZoom

About Heidi Alexander

Heidi Alexander
Heidi S. Alexander, Esq. is the Deputy Director of Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, where she helps manage organization operations and leads the Massachusetts Law Office Management Assistance Program (LOMAP). LOMAP provides free and confidential practice management assistance, guidance in implementing new law office technologies, and methods to attain healthy and sustainable practices. She is the author of Evernote as a Law Practice Tool and serves on the ABA's TECHSHOW Planning Board. In 2017, Heidi was appointed to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court's Standing Advisory Committee on Professionalism. She can be reached via email at, Twitter @heidialexander, or LinkedIn

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