Momus Review

What is the difference between a Firm Admin and a Case Admin?

A Firm Admin is the person responsible for managing the Firm’s account. The Firm Admin can perform the following actions:

  • Add or remove users to the Firm
  • Create new cases
  • Assign firm users to cases, and apply user permissions
  • Manage bank of Voir Dire questions for the firm
  • Manage billing of the firm’s Momus account

On the other hand, the Case Admin is a role specific to a case. This is the user with the highest level of permissions within a specific case. The Case Admin can do the following:

  • Add or remove jurors to a case
  • Setup seating chart
  • Configure the Voir Dire outline
  • Change seat order

For more details on roles and permissions, refer to Understanding Roles & Permissions.