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How Alternative Legal Service Providers are Changing the Way Legal Work Gets Done

Posted by Lily Bruns on Feb 7, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Alternative legal service providers (ALSPs) are steadily making headway in the legal market, but far from chipping away at the share of legal work, they're creating valuable opportunities for both law firms and in-house counsel.

Allegory's Alma Asay joined a panel at January's Legaltech on " The Changing Makeup of the Legal Marketplace and How Legal Work is Getting Done" to share her take on the role ALSPs play.

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Topics: Panel, LegalTech, Thomson Reuters, Events, David Curle, ALSPs, LegalWeek, David Holmes, LPO, Andrew D. Gladstein

AJTA Symposium Part 2 - Training Young Litigators Through Just in Time Learning

Posted by Lily Bruns on Jan 31, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Allegory Founder and CEO, Alma Asay, spoke on January 27th at The American Journal of Trial Advocacy's Symposium 2017 held at the Cumberland School of Law. Her topic was "Applying the Technology Lessons of Legal Research to Litigation Practice: Just-In-Time Learning for Young Litigators."

This is the second in a two-part discussion about the AJTA Symposium and employing technology in legal practice. You can read the first post here.

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Topics: Alma Asay, Slideshare, LegalTech, Litigation Management, Education, Events, Insights, Cumberland School of Law, Just-in-time-learning, AJTA

AJTA Symposium Part 1 - Improving Your Practice with Legal Tech

Posted by Lily Bruns on Jan 30, 2017 8:00:00 PM

With the wealth of software now available, tech-savvy lawyers face a new challenge - how to ensure technology adds value to their practice? The American Journal of Trial Advocacy's Symposium 2017: Technological Tools for an Efficient Esquire brought together legal tech pioneers and lawyers to discuss better ways of bringing technology into the firm.

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Topics: Mary Juetten, LegalTech, Education, Events, Insights, Cumberland School of Law, AJTA, Eunbin Rii, Roe Frazer

Who is Driving Legal Tech Adoption?

Posted by Lily Bruns on Jan 30, 2017 10:00:00 AM

Drawing on market research across the legal industry, Allegory Founder and CEO, Alma Asay, presented a 5 minute Darwin Talk at Evolve Law's kick-off event to the Legal Week Experience on January 30th, 2017.

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Topics: Alma Asay, Slideshare, Darwin Talk, BigLaw, LegalTech, Evolve Law

#BakersDozen Interview with High Performance Counsel

Posted by Lily Bruns on Jan 12, 2017 12:00:00 PM

In an interview with Zac Hale for High Performance Counsel, Allegory Founder and CEO, Alma Asay, shares the story of what drove her to be a leader in legal tech and comments on change in the legal industry.

"My goal – for my own company, as well as the industry – is to enable lawyers to be lawyers again." - Alma Asay Tweet this

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Topics: Alma Asay, Leadership, Press, Interviews, High Performance Counsel, Female Founders

What is Litigation Knowledge Management?

Posted by Lily Bruns on Nov 14, 2016 12:00:00 PM

What is Litigation Knowledge Management? At the ING3NIOUS SoCal eDiscovery & Information Governance Retreat, Allegory founder and CEO, Alma Asay put this question to a panel of law firm experts, who offered valuable insights, summarized below, on the increasing challenges of managing litigation knowledge, and how technology can help.

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Topics: Alma Asay, Gibson Dunn, E-Discovery, Ing3nious, Panel, Tucker Ellis, LegalTech, Litigation Management, Events, Insights, Bill Dance, Mike Hagen, Diana Feinstein, Procopio

It's Not Just Software, It's Best Practices - Podcast for Law Technology Now

Posted by Lily Bruns on Oct 28, 2016 4:00:00 PM

Allegory Founder and CEO Alma Asay sat down with Bob Ambrogi of Law Technology Now on the Legal Talk Network to discuss litigation management applications and why law firms can no longer afford to litigate without the right software for analyzing and accessing evidence.

"You may just be talking about 10,000 documents, but at that stage, you don't just need to know that those are relevant to the case, you actually need to know those documents inside and out."

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Topics: Alma Asay, Legal Talk Network, Law Technology Now, LegalTech, Interviews, Litigation Management, Podcast, Insights, Academy for Private Practice, Bob Ambrogi

Allegory Wins Best Litigation Solution at Above the Law alt.legal Innovation Awards

Posted by Lily Bruns on Oct 27, 2016 4:00:00 PM

Allegory was honored to win "Best Litigation Solution" at Above the Law's inaugural alt.legal Innovation Awards, designed to give "the best startups in legal" an opportunity to "show the world (and ATL’s one million+ monthly readers) why their company is The One."

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Topics: Awards, alt legal, Innovation, Legal Talk Network, Press, LegalTech, Above the Law, Podcast, Academy for Private Practice, Monica Bay

The Worlds of Silicon Valley and New York Law are Very Different for Women - Legal Executive Institute Interview with Alma Asay

Posted by Lily Bruns on Oct 25, 2016 12:00:00 PM

In a recently published interview for the Thomson Reuters' Legal Executive Institute, Allegory founder Alma Asay shares how "The Worlds of Silicon Valley and New York Law are Very Different for Women."

Early after founding Allegory, Asay spent six months in Silicon Valley and discovered first-hand the challenges of financing a start-up.

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Topics: Alma Asay, Entrepreneurship, Press, LegalTech, Interviews, Thomson Reuters, Women in Tech, Legal Executive Institute, Silicon Valley, Female Founders

Alma Asay Invited to Speak at 2016 International Judicial Symposium in South Korea

Posted by Lily Bruns on Oct 18, 2016 12:00:00 PM

Speaking to a large audience is nothing new, but this time, Allegory Founder Alma Asay took her discussion of law and technology across the world.

On October 18, Asay spoke at the International Judicial Symposium in Seoul, South Korea, at the invitation of the Supreme Court of Korea. The topic of the symposium was "The Challenges of and Responses to the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Future of Judiciary."

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Topics: Alma Asay, BNA Law, Judicial Policy Research Institute, Ethan Katsh, Lex Machina, Slideshare, Panel, LegalTech, Litigation Management, Bloomberg, Events, Conference, South Korea, David Perla, Hyung-Du Kim, Yeong-ik Kim, Intellicon, Joshua Walker, Dory Reiling, Fredric Lederer, Insights

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