Court Meetings Information

Court Meetings Information

Court Papers Timetable 2019-20

Papers to be handed in by…

Court Papers go to print at…

Court Meeting takes place on…

1700hrs
Thursday 26 September 2019

0900hrs
Monday 30 September 2019

1315hrs
Wednesday 9 October 2019

1700hrs
Thursday 28 November 2019

0900hrs
Monday 2 December 2019

1400hrs
Wednesday 11 December 2019

1700hrs
Thursday 30 January 2020

0900hrs
Monday 3 February 2020

1400hrs
Wednesday 12 February 2020

1700hrs
Thursday 2 April 2020

0900hrs
Monday 6 April 2020

1400hrs
Wednesday 15 April 2020

1700hrs
Wednesday 10 June 2020

0900hrs
Friday 12 June 2020

1400hrs
Tuesday 23 June 2020

If you are having problems getting papers in on time, please contact Deborah Maddern (x5853) or Rhona Little (x4102)


Format of Papers

Papers should be sent in electronically.

Papers from your Committee should comprise the *full* minutes of the last meeting, and an Excel-based Context Card providing a description of the minute, highlighting all points where Court is being asked to comment, endorse, decide or approve (this should include any issues arising from your Committees, where Court input is needed) and indicate if there are resource implications.  Other statistical information in the Context Card should also be completed.  Guidance on completion of the Context card is available from the link below.

Context Card Guide       Court Context Card Template

**Note:  Committee conveners/chairs should be involved in the selection and presentation of items to be reported.

If any additional papers are coming from your Committees, then these papers should be summarised on a Context Card, therefore the authors of the papers shoudl be advised as early as possible.  The Context Card should be completely clear about what Court is being asked to do in relation to the subject matter, and provide relevant statistical data to put the subject matter into context.  Please also supply the full additional paper.

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Follow up/Actions

After an item has been presented to Court, the appropriate person will be notified by letter/memo as to what action was taken.

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Minute

An electronic version of the Court minutes is posted on the Court Minutes section on this web site.

If you require information on any item, please contact Deborah Maddern