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Are you the Lawyer of the Future? Panel at the ABA International Spring Meeting

Posted by Lily Bruns on Apr 15, 2016 1:00:00 PM

Are you the Lawyer of the Future? This was a question posited to the audience at the ABA Section of International Law 2016 Spring Meeting. Lawyers are often given a bad rep for trailing at the heels of technological change, but those leading the charge see an exciting future for law and legal practice. The ABA Section of International Law brought together a diverse group of lawyers turned technologists, to discuss how radical changes in the delivery of software and services are already impacting the industry.

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Topics: Panel, Basha Rubin, Friedrich Blase, Adam Weryha, LegalTech, Events, ABA, Rachel Rodgers

Allegory Founder Featured in LTRC’s Women of Legal Tech List

Posted by Pavla Kopecna on Apr 11, 2016 4:00:00 PM

It’s no secret that women are often excluded and underrepresented in a number of industries. Law is no different, and neither is the niche of legal technology, which is why we’re proud that our founder and CEO, Alma Asay, was one of ten women added this year by the Legal Technology Resource Center to its Women of Legal Tech list.

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Topics: Alma Asay, Press, LegalTech, LTRC, ABA, Women in Tech, Female Founders

Allegory Exhibits at ABA TechShow

Posted by Alma Asay on Mar 18, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Allegory made its first exhibition appearance at the ABA TechShow in Chicago this year, where it announced a series of client-responsive features designed to automate everyday litigation tasks.

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Topics: LegalTech, ABA, TechShow

Allegory Introduces Automated Litigation Features at ABA TECHSHOW

Posted by Pavla Kopecna on Mar 16, 2016 4:00:00 PM

In the first decade of this century, e-discovery reached a tipping point, overwhelming the capacity of outside counsel and crushing the budgets of corporate legal departments. Accordingly, the multi-billion dollar e-discovery market was born to bring chaos into order. 

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Today, the same phenomenon is taking place in the traditional litigation process, as lawyers try to wind their way through depositions, summary judgment, hearings, and trial with a data dump of thousands – often, tens of thousands – of “highly relevant” documents. It is no longer sufficient to limit technology use to e-discovery tools designed solely for triage.

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Topics: Law Technology Today, Press, LegalTech, ABA, Insights

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