Here is the latest posting on caseflow management practices. Here we review the practice of interacting and collaborating with justice partners. These partners represent others who can help the court achieve caseflow efficiencies, and, can make or break caseflow practices.

Included in this posting are reasons why a court may consider outreach, elements of successful collaborations, and a sampling of actual coalition group titles that have been used by courts.

While exerting leadership and having caseflow goals is super important for successful caseflow management, this practice is vital to creating understanding of and support for caseflow practices.

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