Move legal work forward.
Easily organize, track and collaborate with the Legal Technology Platform, a partnership between Lupl and MinLaw.
Power-up your practice for less than a cup of kopi/day
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A shared workspace, specifically designed for legal workflows.
Meet Lupl, a better and easier way to share documents, communicate securely, manage matters, put knowledge to work, and get legal work done together.
Lupl powering the LTP with MinLaw
Introducing a world-first partnership.
The Legal Technology Platform Initiative (or LTPI) is a world-first partnership between Lupl and MinLaw to lower the barriers to entry for small and mid-sized Singapore law practices to adopt and successfully use technology. Find out more.
The LTPI is a key pillar of MinLaw’s Technology and Innovation Roadmap to promote innovation, technology adoption, and development in Singapore's legal industry.
Why the LTP matters.
Here's what you get by adding the LTP to your legal workflow:
In addition, Singapore LTP users benefit from prioritised integrations that are deeply aligned to their needs, thanks to Lupl’s partnership with MinLaw that involves examining and building features and functionalities taking into account the needs of Singapore’s legal community.
You’re 57 seconds away from better collaboration.
Faster that making a cup of kopi.
Law Firm Solutions
For Law Firms
Law firms of all sizes use Lupl to collaborate better with clients, colleagues and other firms. The result - stronger and closer client relationships, more effectively managed projects and teams, and better outcomes.
In-House & Company Solutions
For In-House & Company Solutions
Companies around the world use the platform to streamline processes from start to finish, gain real-time visibility into project status, capture and reuse knowledge, and work more effectively with business clients, legal department colleagues, and outside counsel.
The Industry Engagement & Advisory Group
Meet the lawyers who have agreed to lend their time and insights to help make the LTP better for the Singapore legal community. Co-appointed by Lupl and MinLaw, the members provide feedback on LTP features and integrations and represent a range of specializations, united by their common passion for legal technology and a desire to contribute towards building a modern Singapore legal landscape.