Sep 24, 2020
Soumya Nettimi is the CEO of ASG LegalTech, a legal technology business that includes three leading software solutions – PracticePanther, Bill4Time, and MerusCase. Soumya started as CEO of PracticePanther in September 2018 and in early 2019 formed ASG LegalTech with the addition of Bill4Time and MerusCase. These platforms help lawyers and law firms manage and grow their businesses. They automate and streamline many aspects of running a law firm, including time tracking, workflow management, invoicing, and billing, so lawyers can spend less time managing their firms and more time practicing law. In addition, because all their software is cloud-based, they have allowed firms to seamlessly transition from working in offices to working remotely during COVID-19.
Soumya began her career as an investor at Blackstone, where she evaluated new investment opportunities and oversaw portfolio companies in the consumer and technology industries. After Blackstone, she helped launch a new investment fund called Protea Investments and then served in a management role at Serena & Lily, Protea’s first portfolio company based in the Bay Area. She also spent short stints in product management at Amazon Web Services and at Bridge International Academies, a network of schools in Kenya.
Soumya is from the suburbs of Washington, D.C., and recently moved back to New York after many years in the Bay Area. She lives with her fiancée and spends a lot of her free time with her newborn nephew. She received an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and an undergraduate degree in Applied Mathematics from Harvard University.
In this episode…
How has the LegalTech industry evolved over the past 5-10 years? How has the industry been touched by the myriad events of 2020?
Join us as host Gina Rubel goes on record with Soumya Nettimi, the CEO of ASG LegalTech, to discuss COVID-19, racial injustice, the evolution of legal technology, and the future of legal payments.