Lindsay Lohan was praised by the judge during her court hearing today (17.01.12).

The 'Mean Girls' actress - who has been working at the Los Angeles County Morgue as part of her sentence for breaking her probation in relation to a 2007 DUI (driving under the influence) case - received a positive report from Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner, who had been in touch with the morgue and probation department.

She told her: "I'm pleased to say she's done it all.

Just keep doing what you're doing, you appear to be doing it well. The probation officer has written a favourable report, as has the volunteer centre."

Lindsay has certainly been adhering to the terms of her probation and completed the last month's carefully parsed-out requirements, which include the completion of 12 more days of community service at the morgue, four psychotherapy sessions and meeting with her probation officer.

At the start of the hearing, Sautner announced Lindsay's next court date would be postponed one week - to February 22 - because the court is busy on February 17.

Before her next progress hearing, Lindsay, 25, must complete 15 community service days at the morgue and undergo five psychotherapy sessions.

She's also on schedule to complete her probation on March 29.