The collaboration platform for the legal industry is designed to uncomplicate the way lawyers and clients work together.
WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Lupl, the collaboration platform for the legal industry, today announces its global release making the platform available to more users from law firms and legal departments, which may sign up for free in less than 60 seconds at www.lupl.com and iOS app.
Lupl is a shared workspace that eases the challenges law firms and legal departments encounter when working on legal matters within and between organizations. In addition to a native suite of communications, collaboration, legal project management, knowledge management, and document sharing capabilities, Lupl integrates with many of the most popular third-party tools, including Microsoft Teams, Slack, iManage, Net Documents, SharePoint, OneDrive for Business, Google Drive, Zoom, DocuSign, and Litera compareDocs.
Lupl has been in early adopter mode since April, following completion of a successful private beta test in 2020. Law firms, legal departments, and other legal organizations in more than 30 countries are already on-board with interest from other organizations across the globe continuing to grow.
“We’ve been counting down the days with great anticipation to make our collaboration platform more widely available and to welcome more legal departments, law firms and other legal market participants to the international Lupl community,” said Lupl’s Chief Executive Officer Jeff Green. “We’re grateful to our advisory board, customers and partners who have worked so closely with us during our beta and early adopter programs to bring us to this point.”
The rollout marks the kickoff of Lupl’s freemium offering, a relative rarity within legal tech. Different to a free trial, the freemium offer allows law firms and legal departments to use core features for free for an unlimited time. Paid offerings, with richer features and deeper integrations, will start at $29 per user per month. Law firms can invite their clients to join matters for free; similarly, legal departments can invite outside counsel and non-legal department users to collaborate at no additional cost.
The Lupl technology was co-developed by a multinational community of legal departments, law firms and other industry stakeholders who in 2018 identified a major pain point around legal matter collaboration and agreed to pool knowledge and resources to solve it. The technology was spun off as an independent company in 2019 after investment from CMS, Cooley and Rajah & Tann Asia.
Lupl, the definitive collaboration platform for legal, uncomplicates the way legal professionals and their clients work together within and between organizations. The platform combines powerful native communication, collaboration and legal project management functionality with the option to plug and play with a range of integrated document, communication, knowledge and other third-party systems.
The company launched in May 2020 and spun off from a collaboration between three major global law firms, CMS, Cooley and Rajah & Tann Asia. Lupl’s platform for legal was developed with input from an advisory board of 16 leading in-house lawyers from a range of companies including blue chip multinationals through to the world’s fastest growing tech companies. The wider law firm testing group included Slaughter and May, Corrs Chambers Westgarth in Australia, Khaitan & Co in India and One Essex Court, a leading barristers’ chambers in London.
For further information about Lupl, go to www.lupl.com.
United States: Brenda McGann, Newsroom PR, (310) 649-1450, [email protected]
UK: James Terry, Headland, + 44 7941 829582, [email protected]
Rest of World & General Contact: Victoria Sabin, Lupl Communications, + 44 7971 430244, [email protected]