The RayNa Corporation
Lori Gonzalez is legal tech lover, process nerd and promoter of access to justice. She founded The RayNa Corporation, a company designed to assist lawyers with finding lost time – both efficiency and true work-life balance. She focuses her energy on testing, using and improving legal tech, as well as, process and efficiency improvement. She is a frequent speaker at state and local bar associations, presents at national conferences and facilitates staff trainings for firms. Her service includes the Tennessee Access for Justice Commission’s Pro Bono Committee, an organizer of the Music City Legal Hackers and a subject matter expert for the Nashville chapter of SCORE. Her most recent service includes creating new tools for A2J needs with Code for America’s Nashville brigade and serving on the State Bar of California’s Access Through Innovation of Legal Services Task Force.
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