Auditor, Judge? Or Both?

  • On the Court as in the internal audit profession, accuracy and objectivity remain critical hallmarks of any communications.
  • If you have a background in law or have done some degree of study in the field, opinions are likely to be relatively clear. For an average person without a legal background? It may be easy to get lost in the words a few pages in.
  • As for being constructive, we will rely on another definition of the word from Merriam-Webster: declared such by judicial construction or interpretation. With that definition, we can safely say opinions of the Court are inherently constructive.
  • Since opinions of the Court are final, as it is the highest court in the land, we can mark opinions as being complete when they are issued.

--

--

--

Catholic. Dog Dad. Internal Auditor. Views expressed are my own.

Love podcasts or audiobooks? Learn on the go with our new app.

Recommended from Medium

BLUE LIVES MATTER MORE

Writing Healthcare Insurance Appeals

One Step Forward, 10 years back: Eli El-Chantiry Has Never Been An Agent Of Change

“Some believe the foundation of prison, policing, and accountability is about reprogramming the…

Confessed Serial Killer Jollyamma Joseph

What Are Advantages Resolving Disputes by Commercial Arbitration?

Suspected Serial Killer Arrested in St. Louis, Missouri

Do You Know This Man?

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Chase Hawkins

Chase Hawkins

Catholic. Dog Dad. Internal Auditor. Views expressed are my own.

More from Medium

Did the Texans find a diamond in the rough in Davis Mills?

Instability in the Israeli Government — Again

Which Chart is Best for You?

Nancy Drew and the Mystery of the Disappearing Sea Stars