When you are just starting out as an attorney, you will be inundated with learning the area of the law you are working in while also being expected to manage your workload. This article focuses on practical workload or practice management considerations to assist new attorneys.

Why should you care? Well, because you do not want your workload to manage you. Simply put, if you like to be in control of your day and want to avoid constantly putting out little fires everywhere, then you need to figure out how to control your time and prioritize your work.

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