Girls in authorized engineering: Lucy Bassli

The Legal Technology Resource Center’s Women of Legal Tech initiative aims to promote diversity and celebrate women in legal technology. This initiative started in 2015 with a list of innovators and leaders in legal technology. With this year’s additions, this list now includes 132 talented and influential women leaders. Every Monday and Wednesday we will introduce a woman from our class from 2021. Today we have Lucy Bassli!

Lucy Bassli is Founder and Principal at InnoLaw Group, PLLC, Legal Management Advisor at NextLaw In-House Solutions, and Legal Strategy Advisor at LawGeex.

What are three points that describe you?

1. Innovator
2. Promoters of women
3. Authentic leader

How is teleworking / quarantine going for you?

Pretty good – can’t complain. Grateful.

How did you get into legal engineering?

Solving my own problems as an in-house attorney to become more efficient.

What projects have you been focusing on lately?

Helping customers modernize their practices and use available technologies more effectively.

Is there a legal technical resource that really helped you when you started in the field?

Nothing special!

What do you see as the most important emerging technology right now, legal or not?

Collaboration solutions and AI when placing orders.

What advice would you give other women interested in getting into legal technology?

Be curious. Start exploring. Experiment with what you already have access to.

Greet another legal engineering woman who you admire or have learned from!

Haley Altman is an inspiration to all early career women in law.

Register for the Women of Legal Tech Summit 2021!

Attend the ABA Women Rainmakers Committee’s two-day symposium from March 3, 2021 to March 4, 2021 to help bridge the gender gap in legal technology. On both days, the 2021 Women of Legal Tech Honorees from the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center will be recognized. Find inspiration in Ignite-style sessions with legal technology leaders, breakout sessions with executives in the field, and interactive workshops.

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