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Nominations for 2022 ABA LTRC Women of Legal Tech Due February 15th

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Submit your nominations for the ABA LTRC 2022 Women of Legal Tech by February 15, 2022.

Nominations are now open for the 2022 Women of Legal Tech, presented annually by ABA Legal Technology Resource Center. LTRC’s goal is to promote diversity, celebrate the women currently in the legal tech space, and to encourage more women to join. One of the American Bar Association’s core values is a commitment to diversity, which the Law Practice Division aims to reinforce in the legal tech sector. From tech founders and CEOs to small business owners, women are making a big impact on legal tech in every field.

There’s time to think about your existing network — and anyone you add to it through February 15, 2022. No criteria restrict nominations — the LTRC Board will consider any candidate you submit.

Complete the quick & easy nomination form here. 

Last year’s class of 12 honorees were recognized at the first ever virtual Women of Legal Tech Summit . Find a complete list of Women of Legal Tech honored in previous years here, beginning in 2015 when Heidi Alexander, who currently serves as director of the Massachusetts SJC Lawyer Well-Being Committee and served as a Mass LOMAP practice advisor at the time, created the initial list published in Law Technology Today.

Watch for more on the 2022 Women of Legal Tech Summit, and find more on its parallel event — ABA TECHSHOW 2022 (along with our discount code!) here. The main event is back in Chicago this year, with virtual tracks, from March 2 – 5.

CATEGORIES: Lawyer's Quality of Life | Technology
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