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Supreme Court Dockets



About Supreme Court dockets

The Kansas Supreme Court reserves dates each year on which to consider cases, typically by hearing oral arguments.

When the Supreme Court schedules a case to be considered, it puts the case on a "docket," or a listing of cases for each date the court is in session. Once a docket is filled with cases, it is posted here. 

The docket lists each case to be heard, the time it will be heard, and how much time each side has to make its arguments to the Supreme Court. Attorneys can choose to use some or all of the time allotted, and the Supreme Court may extend time for argument if there are questions from the bench.

The Supreme Court files its decisions with the Clerk of the Appellate Courts weekly, usually on Friday mornings. These decisions are posted on this website within one hour of their release.
 

Upcoming dockets

NOTE: Only Supreme Court justices, court staff, and those necessary to conduct the hearing will be in the courtroom for oral argument. The courtroom gallery will be closed to visitors. Oral arguments will be livestreamed at www.YouTube.com/KansasSupremeCourt.

December 13–15, 2021

January 31–February 4, 2022

March 28–April 1, 2022

April 11–12, 2022 (travel docket)

May 16–19, 2022

September 12–16, 2022

October 3–4, 2022 (travel docket)

October 24–27, 2022

December 12–16, 2022
 

Past dockets by year

202120202019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 



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