Amidst economic uncertainty and potentially lower funding and sales, Allegory founder and Litera’s newest evangelist Alma Asay said legal tech is currently facing an unprecedented moment.
After working six years as a Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher attorney, founding litigation software platform Allegory in 2012 and becoming Integreon’s chief innovation officer after the ALSP acquired her company, Asay has a multifaceted view of the legal tech industry.
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