Definition of "caseload"
  1. The total quantity of legal cases managed by a court or an attorney, typically within a certain timeframe
How to use "caseload" in a sentence
  1. The federal court has seen an increase in its caseload over the last year.
  2. To manage her heavy caseload, the attorney needed to hire an assistant.
  3. The caseload per judge in the district court has significantly increased.

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