from Kelly Nolan,
Attorney-turned-Time Management Strategist

how to organize your civil litigation files so you can run your cases with confidence, clarity & less stress

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Guide & Templates

No one taught us how to organize our litigation files in law school. And that's wild given:


  • They help us get clear on our case's underlying facts, law, and deadlines, which frees up our brains to bring their intellectual and creative A-game when it comes to case strategy;


Since no one taught us how to keep our case files organized in law school, and, years ago, as a first-year associate buried under complaints and produced documents, I came up empty-handed after Googling around for answers...


  • When a client calls or a colleague swings by, organized case files make sure we have critical case information at our fingertips; and


  • They help clarify our game plan for our cases in a way that will significantly reduce stress and ups our confidence.


Here's the guide I wish had existed then.

This method will help you organize commercial litigation and patent litigation case files. It’s derived from my 5+ years of practicing IP and general commercial litigation at firms in Boston and California.

My goal is to pass on my tried-and-true method to you so it can serve you for years to come. It will help you hit the ground running in any civil litigation matter.

Get your hands on the guide here for just $27

Devon Moran, Family Law Paralegal, Pusateri & Wilson, P.C.

“Before using Kelly Nolan's organization guide, I was constantly pulling apart files in red rope files looking for misplaced documents, usually in a time crunch. After implementing..., our firm has become more efficient as a whole and has made filing and tracking deadlines much easier. This is a perfect guide to get started on organizing your litigation files. It is a step-by-step process that leaves you feeling prepared and accomplished.”

“The guide and ideas really helped me get much more organized very quickly, which significantly reduced my stress. The important papers are easily at my fingertips now. Very grateful for these ideas.”

Virginia Marsh, Civil Litigator

How to organize your main case and discovery documents for general commercial and IP litigation cases so that they're at your fingertips for client calls, court hearings, when you're drafting a brief, and dashing to a colleague's office for a team meeting;


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How to keep track of case deadlines – and your game plan to meet those deadlines – so that your stress is reduced significantly;


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How to organize your electronic case files (down to file structure and naming convention) so you don't waste hours searching for documents when you need them;


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How to keep track of all documents exchanged during discovery so you have one document that gives you an overview of what's been produced and where it all is; and


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How to create a clear, evidence-supported timeline of all the underlying relevant facts of your case so that you're clear on the chronology and have the support laid out to back it up (this comes in super handy during depo prep!).


This guide, How to Organize Your Litigation Case Files, sets out in step-by-step detail:

Hannah Garrett, Attorney, Root Legal, Nashville, Tennessee

“After implementing Kelly's guide, I have felt more prepared and less stressed because I have a quantifiable system for getting everything set up.” 

“This guide is essential for any practitioner who places a premium on managing the stress and anxieties of the practice of law because it provides impeccable guidance on how to manage case files.”

Calvin Boyd, Boyd Law LLC, Chicago, IL

“It's definitely a time saver and easy to follow and implement. It has reduced the time it takes to find documents in our shared drive, especially discovery documents.”

“The guide and spreadsheets are amazing!”

Heather Murrell, Paralegal

Nexcy De La Rosa-Monroe,
De La Rosa-Monroe Law Firm,
Family Law, Miami Lakes, Florida

“With an undergraduate degree from Dartmouth and a law degree from Boston College as well as big law firm experience, Kelly is smart as a whip – and she understands how law firms and complex organizations work. She has a PhD in decluttering and organizing. ... Kelly is worth her weight in gold. Five stars across the board..”

Rick Waite, Partner, Keeney Waite & Stevens

After practicing for over five years as a patent and general commercial litigator in Boston and California, I now help attorneys reduce their stress and increase their enjoyment of their practice – and their personal and family lives – using actionable time and task management strategies.

Hey there! I’m Kelly, an attorney-turned-time management strategist. 

a bit more about me in case you're curious

My goal is to pass on my tried-and-true litigation file organization method to you so it can reduce your stress and increase your confidence managing your cases for years to come.

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