There’s a shortage of women in science, technology, engineering and math. And there’s still a 17 percent gender gap in pay in all of legal (and 18 percent at Big Law). But within the legal technology community, there are many women with thriving careers. In an effort to inspire girls and women (and men) everywhere, Monica Bay recently interviewed Amy Sullivan Cahill, 48, founder and managing partner of Cahill IP, based in Louisville, Kentucky.

Education: Psychology, B.S., Sewanee University, 1991. University of Kentucky College of Law, J.D., 1994. Intellectual Property LL.M, George Washington University Law Center, 2001.

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