The legal industry and technology field have something in common: Female professionals who struggle to reach the top in male-dominated workplaces.

It’s a double-whammy when you put both industries together, according to women who work in the high-tech electronic discovery field, which uses technology to assist lawyers in identifying, collecting and reviewing electronically stored information that’s responsive for production in a lawsuit.

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