4 Legal English Podcast | Episode 021
In this episode, we spotlight the word: Docket
This is an ongoing series we have - we focus on a lexicon word. We discuss this word, its meaning, and how it is used by lawyers. This is a short episode, explaining the Word of the Week.
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Word of the Week: Docket
Docket has many meanings and is often used by lawyers in different ways.
It can refer to the calendar or schedule of the court, or the case load of the court. It is also a log, with short entries of actions that took place in the case. Docket can also be used to refer to a certain type of cases, such as a criminal docket or family law docket.
Some phrases with the word docket:
- On the docket today
- On today's docket
- Docket call
- Calendar call
- Court Docket
- Judge's docket
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