Co-Founder Heather Haughian is profiled by LegalTech News: Practicing Law in a Life on the Move

Heather Haughian, a co-founder and managing partner of Culhane Meadows, is currently profiled in Women on the Move as published by Legal Tech News (an ALM publication). As the wife of an Air Force pilot, Heather’s experience of practicing law in a life on the move is highlighted as she explains how a cloud-based platform enables her to maintain a sophisticated law practice despite relocating to new military installations with her family every 2-3 years.

Heather’s full interview can be viewed HERE.

About Culhane Meadows – With clients ranging from Fortune-ranked companies to emerging businesses, Culhane Meadows’ deep bench of senior partner-level attorneys delivers experienced counsel at significant savings over traditional large law firms. With the option to work from home offices and eliminate daily commutes, combined with the ability to set their own rates and hours, Culhane Meadows’ innovative platform is likewise an increasingly attractive option for attorneys who desire more time to pursue their personal passions and hobbies – and especially for working parents who want more family time. As recognition of its trendsetting leadership, (an ALM publication) recently included Culhane Meadows as the only cloud-based firm (and the only non-Am Law 200 firm) on its list of 2017’s seven most innovative law firms in the U.S.  With the majority of its equity partners, 60% of its managers, and 40% of its total attorneys being women, Culhane Meadows is also the largest women-owned national full-service business law firm in the U.S.

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