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How one firm got 40% of their time back with Lupl

Kalina Leopold

Kalina Leopold

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    Lupl officially launched in Singapore this week…and we couldn’t be more excited about the response we’ve already received.

    The Ministry of Law (MinLaw) partnered with Lupl to develop an industry-wide matter management and collaboration platform to lower the barriers to entry for small and mid-sized Singapore law practices to adopt and successfully use technology. This platform was made by lawyers for lawyers.

    Mark Teng, the Executive Director at That.Legal LLC and a member of the Industry Engagement & Advisory Group for the initiative, recently shared his experience of the platform.

    That.Legal is a boutique Singapore law firm specializing in intellectual property. The firm has been built from the ground up with technology at its core.

    In his blog post, Mark shares some thoughts on how his team leverages  Lupl  to save 40% of the time/cost associated with administrative work. Here are some other highlights from the article on how the platform has help the firm:

    • Using the matter email functionality has allowed the firm to ditch printed documents, including all the time and cost associated with organizing and storing files.
    • The iOS makes it easy to stay on top of things when the team is on the move, which makes it easier to work from anywhere.
    • The platform is easy to use – it takes less than a minute to set up a matter.

    Click here to learn more about That.Legal, and how the platform has helped the firm.

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