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Covington Lawyers Attend Lesbians Who Tech + Allies Summit

April 2, 2018

Covington lawyers recently attended the Fifth Annual Lesbians Who Tech + Allies Summit in San Francisco, which brought over 5,000 lesbians, queer women, and allies across all areas of technology to the historic Castro Theater for a two-day conference and networking event.

The attendees joined in discussions and industry leaders delivered TED-style talks on various areas of the technology industry, including net neutrality, cybersecurity, blockchain, artificial intelligence, the intersection of politics and social media, and social justice, including systemic racism and sexism. One particularly inspiring speaker learned how to code while she was in prison through a program run by a nonprofit and is now an intern at a technology company in Seattle.

Kate Scherschel and Lindsey Barnhart represented Covington at the summit and enjoyed the opportunity to network with women in tech and allies from around the world and learn more about the issues our technology clients are thinking about.

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