How will LegalTech affect you?
In Mid-July, The Ministry of Law (MinLaw) and Lupl launched the Legal Tech Platform (LTP) in Singapore, which was a multi-year collaboration between the two to help Singapore law firms adopt and successfully use technology.
The LTP is a matter management and collaboration platform designed to streamline legal workflows and integrate with LegalTech tools commonly used by lawyers and law practices. It’s the easiest way to organize, collaborate, and move legal work forwards – in a single secure workspace.
Insight MinLaw sat down with Lupl’s Chief Commercial Officer and Co-Founder, Matt Pollins, as well as Director at MinLaw (Professional Services Programme Office) Alyssa Toh to find out more about the creation of the LTP and what they think the future holds.
“The LTP exists to help make things easier and efficient for the benefit of you and your clients” Matt Pollins says. “Your ideas will shape the future of the LTP.”
You can read the full article here to learn more about collaboration and find out if lawyers will really be replaced!
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