Expectations are high for lawtech firm Lupl, as the lawtech firm concluded a US$14 million ($18.6 million) funding round ahead of its 2021 launch. With the additional funds taking its overall funding beyond US$25 million, it claims to be amongst the most well-backed lawtech startups at its present stage of development.
“Raising US$ 14 million from our investors reflects the incredible momentum which Lupl has built up over the last nine months. I am excited about the continued growth of our team and community around this open industry platform that has the potential to transform the legal market for the better for all,” says Lupl’s newly-appointed CEO, Jeff Green.
Lupl is an open industry platform for legal matters developed by a group of legal departments and law firms around the world. Through a matter synchronisation software, it provides a one-stop shop for people, conversations, documents and data for legal matters. It is incubated by international law firms CMS, Cooley and Singapore-based Rajah & Tann Asia.