Here at The Recorder, we spend a lot of time thinking about “what’s next” in the legal industry. I suppose that’s part and parcel of watching the legal world from our perch here in the Bay Area—the source of much of the technology driving innovation and creating economic disruption for the rest of the world.

With this year’s Women Leaders in Tech Law, we wanted to continue our tradition of celebrating the lawyers who tackle the tech industry’s biggest courtroom clashes, help build its most innovative companies, and negotiate the deals that move markets. But we also wanted to do it with an eye on “who’s next”—the up-and-coming generation of women lawyers, each making their mark at law firms and tech companies in California in their first decade of practice.

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