David Houlihan, Lexis for Microsoft Office Offers a Turning Point in Legal Research and Workplace Evolution, Blue Hill Research (April 2015):
"The legal technology market has been slowly progressing toward these integrated workspace solutions, so that as new solutions combine tasks, they largely do so within the context of particular workflows, such as deposition management, transactional document generation, or litigation analysis and development. Examples of these approaches include solutions such as . . . Allegory Law"
Ian Zack, Leverage New Legal Technology to Control the Things You Can, CaseRails (April 10, 2015):
"Litigation management systems like Allegory Law connect case administration, evidence, witnesses, and documents together to promote collaboration and eliminate inefficiency."
Joe Borstein, alt.legal: Alt.Harvard.Com, Above the Law (March 11, 2015):
"Alma Asay of Allegory Law — a knowledge management tool for litigation teams — who was one of my first interviews for ATL, and who has since picked up some of the largest firms in the world as clients."
Allegory Law Celebration Presented By Huron Legal, Guest of a Guest (February 25, 2015)
Eva Hibnick, So You Want to Leave the Law Firm for a Startup ..., The Recorder (February 25, 2015):
"Many lawyers are finding their way into the startup scene by starting their own companies after quitting their day jobs at law firms. One example is Alma Asay, who founded Allegory Law after working at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher for six years. Allegory Law offers collaboration and case management software for litigation teams. Although the road to entrepreneurship has not been easy, Asay's story is one of success."
Nicole Black, LegalTech 2015: Documents, data and e-discovery, The Daily Record (February 12, 2015):
". . . Allegory, intuitive software designed to connect all of the relevant information that a litigation team needs to prepare a case for trial. It’s designed for complex, document-intensive litigation, so firms of all sizes that handle these types of matters could arguably benefit from this software . . . . This software is very robust and has lots of useful features that simpl[if]y and streamline the collaboration process. For example, once you add a document to the case file, the system automatically determines if it’s a duplicate of a document already in the system and if it is, it cross references and links the duplicates. This software is designed to simplify complex litigation and allow the litigation team to easily share their thoughts and analysis as they review the evidence and prepare the case for trial."
Starting Up: Five NYU Law alumni are leading ventures in legal technology, NYU Law (November 24, 2014):
Joe Borstein, alt.Legal: I Bet You Haven't Heard This One Before, Above the Law (September 25, 2014):
Bill Henderson, Ahead of the Curve: Three Big Innovators in BigLaw, The Legal Whiteboard (August 24, 2014):
John Daley, SLATA Lunch with Legal Tech Company - Allegory Law, Stanford Law School (April 29, 2014):
Peter Mancini, What I learned about Legal Technology in New York, Nectarine Imp (February 5, 2013)