There’s a shortage of women in science, technology, engineering and math. And there’s still a 17 percent gender gap in pay—across the board—in all of legal (18 percent at Big Law). But within the legal technology community there are many women with thriving careers. Monica Bay interviews Heather Clauson Haughian, 45, of Culhane Meadows Haughian & Walsh.

Current job: I am a co-founder, managing partner and chief technology officer at Culhane Meadows. In 2013, I started the firm with three other founders. We are cloud-based. Our firm is a certified women-owned business, based the U.S., servicing worldwide clients from small to large companies. The 54 lawyers at the firm are all partner-level attorneys (no associates)—comprised of 22 women and 32 men.

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