Case Management Tip: How to Win Back Control and Never Lose It Again


As a lawyer, you probably laugh when you watch an episode of Law and Order. The DA’s office somehow only works on one case at a time. The magic of television leaves out one of the most frustrating parts of a lawyer’s job: juggling a caseload.

With every case, you’re not just dealing with clients. You have to deal with government offices to file paperwork, evidence collection, your own team to assign tasks, witnesses to collect statements, and more. Every case has a million steps in the process, and it’s impossible to keep the status of every task top of mind. But disorganized administrative habits and lack of solid communication are two of the biggest sources of malpractice claims.