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When Leaving Big Law, the Financial Struggle Is Real - Allegory Founder Shares Her Story

Posted by Lily Bruns on Mar 9, 2017 9:00:00 AM

The allure of entrepreneurship may be tempting for lawyers who dream of leaving the office confines and being their own boss, but striking out on one's own is not without its hardships.

Leigh Jones from The American Lawyer profiles Allegory founder and CEO Alma Asay and other lawyers who have made the leap. From details of how to cut-back and save, planning around student-debt, and applying their competencies in a new business, these ex-lawyers share insights gained from their journeys.

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Topics: Alma Asay, The American Lawyer, Leigh Jones, BigLaw, Entrepreneurship, Press

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

Legal Entrepreneurship: Evolving Market Needs - Panel at LexTech West

Posted by Alma Asay on Sep 26, 2016 12:00:00 PM

On September 26, the MaRS LegalX cluster and McCarthy Tétrault teamed up to present LexTech West in beautiful Vancouver.

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Topics: Alma Asay, BigLaw, Panel, LegalTech, Events, Insights

5 Ways Lawyers Can Pitch Technology To Win New Business - Article for Law Technology Today

Posted by Lily Bruns on Sep 14, 2016 4:00:00 PM

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."

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Topics: Alma Asay, Law Technology Today, BigLaw, Press, LegalTech, Business Development

From Production to Trial, the Tools Attorneys Use and Still Need - ILTACON 2016

Posted by Lily Bruns on Aug 31, 2016 4:00:00 PM

Allowing software to do the heavy lifting of document management is a big (and necessary!) leap for the litigation industry, and adopting this technology remains a challenge. Nobody knows this better than the attorneys who use the limited tools on the market designed specifically for them. A recent session at the 2016 ILTA Conference, titled "From Production to Trial: The Tools We Use and Still Need", showcased demonstrations of up-and-coming litigation-focused software, including our very own Allegory. This time, instead of getting the usual pitch from software companies, actual users were front and center.

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Topics: Litigation, Case Study, Catherine McPherson, Clare Foley, Melisa Twomey, BigLaw, LegalTech, Litigation Management, Events, Conference, ILTA, ILTACON, Geoffrey Vance, Jeremiah Kelman, Thomas Vidal, Insights

Law Technology Today Profiles Allegory, Alma Asay, and the Pain Points of Litigation

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

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.

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Topics: Alma Asay, Gibson Dunn, Law Technology Today, Gwynne Monahan, BigLaw, Press, LegalTech, Interviews, Women in Tech, Female Founders

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