1. The docket (the judicial record) is the record in which the judge or court clerk notes all of the proceedings and filings in a court case. 2. The docket (court calendar) is a list of all of the proceedings that are scheduled on a court's agenda and may also note the status of the case and whatever action is required on the case. 3. Docket (docket call) is a court session during which attorneys (sometimes parties) report on the status of their cases.