January 13, 2021
Legal Tech women
The Legal Technology Resource Center (LTRC) is pleased to announce the winners of Women of Legal Tech for the seventh time a year. LTRC’s Women of Legal Tech initiative aims to promote diversity and celebrate women in legal tech. This initiative started in 2015 with a list of innovators and leaders in legal technology. With this year’s additions, this list now includes 132 talented and influential women leaders.
This year we received almost 200 nominations and a committee of LTRC experts selected this year’s winners. The committee consisted of Heidi Alexander, Dennis Kennedy, Sofia Lingos and Allison Shields. The judging process was challenging, but 12 phenomenal women were selected from this year’s nominations. The winners will be recognized at the Women of Legal Tech Summit 2021 on March 3rd and 4th, 2021. This will be a virtual event.
We will shortly be creating individual profiles for each of our award winners. So stay up to date!
Congratulations to our class from 2021!
- Catherine Bamford | (@BamLegal) | CEO and founder of BamLegal
- Leila Banijamali | Co-founder and CEO of Symbium
- Lucy Bassli | (@lucybassli) | Founder and Principal at InnoLaw Group, PLLC; Legal Management Advisor at NextLaw In-House Solutions; and Legal Strategy Advisor at LawGeex
- Rebecca Benavides | Director Legal Business and Strategy at Microsoft
- Amanda Brown | (@accesstowhat) | Executive Director of the Lagniappe Law Lab
- The Honorable Samantha Jessner | Vice Chairman of the Justice-Elected California Supreme Court, Los Angeles County
- Someera Khokhar | Founder and CEO of Nammu21
- Camila Lopez | (@camilopez) | Consumer advocate and co-founder of People Clerk
- Kelli Raker | Coordinator, Corporate Law Program, Duke University School of Law
- Shannon Salter | (@shannonnsalter) | Chairman of the Civil Resolution Tribunal of British Columbia
- Roberta Tepper | Director of the State Bar of Arizona Legal Programs
- Jennifer Wondracek | (@JenWondracek) | Director of the Law Library, Professor of Legal Research and Writing at Capital University Law School
Our goal is to celebrate the women who are currently in legal tech and to encourage more women to join the ranks.