Alma Asay is the Chief Innovation Officer, Legal Solutions, at Integreon Discovery Solutions, a leading global provider of alternative legal services.  At Integreon, Alma focuses on opportunities to improve legal services delivery for both corporations and law firms by applying best modern practices across people, processes, and technology.

Alma joined Integreon as part of its acquisition of her litigation management software business, Allegory, where she was Founder and CEO.  Allegory is a platform offered in the cloud and on-premise that automates everyday litigation tasks and connects the people, facts, and evidence that litigation teams need to build their winning story in a central, secure place.  By offering Allegory as part of its discovery services, Integreon distinguishes itself in the litigation market by delivering services and insights across the entire litigation spectrum – not solely focused on e-discovery.  Allegory is used by Fortune 500 companies, Am Law 100 law firms, and top litigation boutiques, including firms in both Vault’s “Top 10 Law Firms” and “Best Litigation Boutique Law Firms.”

Before founding Allegory, Alma was a successful litigator at top law firm Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, winner of The American Lawyer’s biennial “Litigation Department of the Year” competition in 2010, 2012, and 2016.  At Gibson Dunn, Alma was the go-to second chair for Orin Snyder, ranked among the top trial lawyers in the country, on complex, high-stakes cases, including for IAC/InterActiveCorp, NBC Universal, Cablevision, and AMC Networks.

In 2017, Alma was awarded the prestigious “Legal Rebel” title by the American Bar Association and became the first female founder to have her legal technology business acquired.  In 2016, she was named a Fastcase 50 award winner and by the ABA’s Legal Technology Resource Center as one of 10 “Women of Legal Tech.”

Alma received a B.A. in Psychology, with high distinction, from the Pennsylvania State University, where she graduated magna cum laude and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.  She earned her J.D., at age 22, from New York University School of Law.