Singapore Ministry of Law Launches LTP Legal Technology Platform

LTP Legal Technology Platform

The Legal Technology Platform (LTP) is part of a broader initiative to enhance the industry’s competitive edge

The Singapore Ministry of Law (MinLaw) on Tuesday (July 19) launched an online platform to help law firms fully use digital tools in dealing with clients and streamlining their workflows.

About a year in the making, the legal technology platform (LTP) is part of a broader initiative to enhance the industry’s competitive edge within the region after Covid-19 raised expectations about the availability of digital tools.

From integrating various legal technology tools such as Tessaract and Clio to conversations on social media platforms such as WhatsApp, the LTP can be used by lawyers to view, track and manage document drafts, legal research, team discussions, client instructions, and manage other administrative aspects.

The platform was jointly developed by MinLaw, with support from the Government Technology Agency and global legal technology firm Lupl.

Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam, who attended as guest-of-honour at the launch event held at the Supreme Court’s auditorium, said the launch was a “milestone” for the legal industry. read more

Source: JANARTHANAN KRISHNASAMY | Today Online

Key Features of the LTP Legal Technology Platform

Source: Singapore Ministry of Law

Key Features of the Legal Technology Platform (“LTP”
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