There are a lot of technical tasks lawyers do that beg for automation, e.g., calculate time, process bills and assemble documents. But what about calculating dates for court appearances and filing deadlines?

If your legal services are focused on one kind of matter before one or two jurisdictions, it is easy to keep the rules in mind and calendar your clients’ critical events. But what if you take cases outside of your specialty or have matters in multiple jurisdictions? Do you get out the local court rules and a calendar and start counting — and recount whenever you think you missed a court date?

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