Integreon selects Leah Legal Copilot from ContractPodAi

Global alternative legal services provider Integreon has selected Leah Legal Copilot from contract lifecycle management vendor ContractPodAi in a move that Integreon’s CEO Subroto Mukerji says will enable it to embrace a generative AI delivery model.


The plan is to leverage Leah particularly for clients with high-volume work with low or medium complexity, where Integreon says that it will directly impact ROI with better scalability and productivity gains.

“For more than two decades, ALSPs have relied on the same delivery method. Today, with the help of Leah by ContractPodAi, Integreon is more than just a market leader – we are a market disruptor,” said Mukerji. “We are proud to be the first provider to embrace a generative AI delivery model designed to provide value-based and scalable solutions in the next evolution of legal services.”

On top of fuelling its legal and compliance solutions, it is anticipated that Leah will also allow Integreon to support its enterprise clients to implement a generative AI strategy, identifying use cases and building pilot programs. Integreon says that it will also integrate generative AI across its own corporate functions.

Sarvarth Misra, co-founder and CEO of ContractPodAi, said: “The ALSP market has seen some generative AI pilot projects, but nothing close to this degree of enterprise-wide business transformation. Our goal with Leah has been to reimagine the way legal services are delivered, which is exactly what we’re seeing Integreon do with this technology. The future is here and it’s legal, reimagined.”

ContractPodAi launched Leah in May as a standalone product as well as a service within its CLM platform. It has three modules: draft; review; and extract. At the time of its launch powered by GPT-4. ContractPodAi said today (5 December) that Leah leverages LLMs such as GPT-4 Turbo and Google.