Time saved for justice organizations

Casetab is a case management system and automated SMS tool that helps criminal defenders, prosecutors, courts, legal aid and governmental organizations quickly build forms, reports, and visualizations that work on mobile or desktop. Our goal is to provide a unified case and client management platform to legal and justice organizations.



Reports, delivered to your inbox or on a dashboard
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When attorneys spend significant time in transit, in court, or remote a mobile-first solution is an important aspect of time management


Your organization's data is searchable and time tracked so you can know what changed, when, and how
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Casetab can be made to run on a variety of platforms and can be configured to meet jurisdictional requirements and management of personally identifiable information (PII). It can be run on premises or hosted in a secure HIPAA compliant container space. The system allows for different levels of privilege management. We encrypt sensitive data at rest and always secure all internet exposed connections via HTTPS.


We work with you to set up templates and automation. This includes email and text message reminders, links to calendars, and more Data Extraction


It Integrates with your existing software stack. We can manage anything from Active Directory, MS SQL environments, and Tyler or other ERP software. We can also import your data from any source, from TimeMatters to a set of spreadsheets.

About Us

Casetab was started to build a best-in-class case management system and save time. We aim to bring state of the art work in data analysis, design, and computer science to help solve critical problems in the management of criminal justice data.


Contact Person Gabriel co-founder & CEO      Thomas co-founder & CTO


Casetab will be released under a FOSS license before the end of 2018. Watch for a "Code" header on our sitemap. We do this in the interest of security, accountability, and transparency in the software development process. Eventually, funds permitting, we'd like to also provide an API for data sharing and discovery between case parties, a user interface that is intuitive and mobile-first, and accessibility for disabled users.