Women of Legal Tech: Emily Gaukstern on How a Robotic Wrist Brace Led to a Love of IP

There is a shortage of women in science, technology, engineering, and math. But there are many women with successful careers in the legal tech community. Legaltech News presents our newest “STEM Cell” profile. Sherry Kappel recently interviewed Emily Gaukstern, a law student and biomedical engineer who works for a boutique IP firm in Boston, Massachusetts.

This profile is a continuation of the Women of Legal Tech series originally published by editor Monica Bay, “To Inspire Girls, Women (and Men).” Many of the women we portray started their careers in the legal industry. From October to the end of December 2021, we are introducing six women from the legal tech field who started with a MINT (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) background and then switched to the legal industry.

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