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Category: Motion to Organize

Death Binders

I’m a death lawyer. That’s where a binder comes in. It’s the place to refer to as new assets are obtained. It’s the place to put new information that other people will have to know.

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Analog is Still Important in a Digital World

In the push for paperless, we can forget that analog, tangible paper still has a place. The ability to amend my thought process on the fly is something I’ve really only been able to do with physical pen and paper.

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Checklists for Trial Law

Checklists are indispensable to know what needs be completed. They keep files on track. And I find them incredibly useful for any matter involving the court or some looming deadline.

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Tabs Are Nerdy, But Useful

Whether you use a ring binder or a folder system, tabs can help organize data and keep it organized as you add to it.

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Your Documents’ Looks Can Be As Important As Content

As a lawyer, I want my client’s documents to not just be organized, but be contained in a particular way.

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My Stapler, aka Good Equipment Helps Your Productivity

Well-designed and well-made equipment that functions well can keep you focused on the important stuff: providing the value to your client.

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Organizing Your Office is Important

Office organization matters. You say you know where everything is, but do you? Really?

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ROYGBIV Organization

ROYGBIV organization in the office helps to easily locate items.

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Organization for Trial Lawyers

Trial lawyers distill loads of facts and rules into a narrative to convince a judge or jury.

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“Paper” Lawyers are Organizers

An effective transactional lawyer should have an additional goal in mind, to convey the information to their client.

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Paper Law v. Trial Law

While trial law is dealing with the aftermath of drama, paper law is minimizing and potentially preventing the drama in the first place.

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