DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPUTERIZED COURT SCHEDULE SYSTEM

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CHAPTER ONE

1.0 INTRODUCTION

A court schedule is a person entitled to practice as a barrister (advocate) or as a barrister and solicitor. In Nigeria, every court schedule is a barrister and solicitors. For exam plc, an advocate practicing in a country whose legal system is similar to that of Nigeria may be permitted by the chief justice of Nigeria to practice as a barrister. The chief justice has no power to permit him to practices as a solicitor. Further more, a senior Advocate of Nigeria is not entitled to practice as a solicitor. Computerized Court schedule for a court schedule is an information program. It is used to effective document the practitioner’s data/information in a definite format. It is also a referencing system that can help the practitioner refer to a particular case with an easy. With Computerized Court schedule for a court schedule, lawyers can easily store, process, retrieve and update their information. It is an effective tool in the hand of court schedule in that it has a powerful searching ability that can enable them search for a particular case file with an easy. Computerized court scheduling system is used by the court management to create, process and record their court scheduling of information. This system is used to calculate the workers punctuate to work. It is an effective tool in the hand of the sport management. Scheduling planned activities is the “art” of concretely planning activities in the time dimension, i.e., adding concrete start and finish dates to your project plan. Today we will look at the basic dos and don’ts around court scheduling. Arranging your planned activities in a concrete schedule is important, because it provides you with a “roadmap” for your project. It is important for yourself in order to stay on track and to know where you stand with your project regarding a desired completion date, and it is important for your project team members, so they can prepare (even if only mentally) for the next tasks while they are still working on their current assignments.

DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPUTERIZED COURT SCHEDULE SYSTEM