The conversations around race and gender in the legal and tech industries have ebbed and flowed depending on cultural events like the George Floyd protests and the #MeToo movement. But as is reflective of other industries in the U.S., these sectors still have obstinate barriers for marginalized communities.

The effects are especially far-reaching at the intersection of law and technology, like in e-discovery, where biases from both sectors can come home to roost.

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