Legal technology doesn't just pay off in time-savings, it can improve a firm's prospects and help build better relationships with clients. Software purchases are often a mandate to improve internal processes, but that's only the beginning of its potential impact on legal work and business.
In a new article for Law Technology Today, Allegory founder and CEO Alma Asay shares "Five Ways Lawyers Can Pitch Technology To Win New Business."
On July 18, 2016, Allegory founder and CEO Alma Asay moderated a panel at the ING3NIOUS 2016 NorCal eDiscovery and Information Governance Retreat, exploring the next tipping point in litigation technology. The panel offered valuable insights, summarized below, on the increasing challenges of litigation management and how technology can help.
Topics: Alma Asay, Gibson Dunn, E-Discovery, Ing3nious, Panel, Rhonda Jenkins, Clyde & Co, Sam Kepler, Perkins Coie, Seth Schreiberg, Uber, LegalTech, Litigation Management, Events, Chip Nierlich, Insights
Alma Asay, Allegory's Founder and CEO, was named as a 2016 Fastcase 50 Award Winner, "honoring the law's smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries, & leaders":
Alma Asay talks to ALA’s Kristina Vragovic about the power of legal technology to win complex cases, attract new business, and ensure profitability.
MaryBeth Matzek interviews Allegory founder, Alma Asay, for Wisconsin Law Journal’s Asked & Answered series.
Disruptive forces of innovation are shaking up the legal industry - alternative business structures, process management, and technology can help law firms respond to market demands while delivering better value to corporate clients. At the Corporate Counsel Congress held in New York this past June, Allegory founder and CEO, Alma Asay, was invited to speak alongside a panel of leading legal practice innovators on the future of legal services.
Topics: Alma Asay, Stanford Law, Lawyerist, Jake Heller, Casetext, Video, LegalTech, Events, CodeX, FutureLaw, Moot Court, Conference, Keith Lee, Associate's Mind, Sam Glover, Pablo Arrendondo, Deborah Hensler, Jason Solomon
In Law Technology Today’s online cover story, Gwynne Monahan charts Alma Asay's path from Gibson Dunn through planting the seeds of a new litigation software to running a successful legal tech software company and how technology can help BigLaw.
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.