Singapore to develop legal tech platform in partnership with Lupl

REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

Singapore’s Ministry of Law (MinLaw) has entered into a partnership with legal tech firm Lupl to develop an industry-wide matters management and collaboration platform.

The Legal Technology Platform (LTP), one of the key initiatives in MinLaw’s Technology and Innovation Roadmap, is designed around legal workflows commonly used by lawyers and law practices. It will support Singapore law practices, particularly small and medium-sized ones, in their digitalization journey.

Some of LTP’s key features include document management and collaboration, assigning tasks and tracking deadlines, customizable matter templates, secure communication, and integration with select practice management systems.

To integrate the LTP with systems that lawyers commonly transact with, MinLaw is also working with other public institutions, such as the courts and government agencies.

Lupl is a global legal tech collaboration platform connecting lawyers in more than 100 jurisdictions, which was launched in 2020 by law firms including Rajah & Tann Asia, Cooley, and others.

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