April is a great “get-your-house-in-order” kind of month; clearing away winter from garden beds, figuring out financials for tax filings or spring cleaning your house, attic, basement, garage or office. It is a great time to get your professional house in order, too.

Many of us do a much better job of planning for clients than we do for ourselves. For others, we manage cases or deals, forecast likely setbacks and the likelihood for success, assess assets and liabilities, strategize and prepare contingency plans. Project management has arrived in law firms to help us serve our clients as effectively, efficiently and creatively as possible — all by planning in advance.

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