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      Oral Argument Livestream

      The Supreme Court livestreams oral arguments for easy public access.

      Oral argument livestream

      Oral arguments are open to the public and may be viewed in person or online.

      Oral arguments begin promptly at 9 a.m., or another time specified on the court's docket. Ending time varies based on the number of cases scheduled, their complexity, and the number of questions asked by the court.

      If you miss watching oral arguments live in person or online, recordings are archived for on-demand viewing.   

      Watch Supreme Court live
      Guide to oral arguments
      Oral argument archive

      Supreme Court dockets

      The Supreme Court sits in Topeka six times a year for one-week periods and convenes occasionally for one-day travel dockets at locations around the state. Shorter special sessions may be scheduled as needed.

      Supreme Court dockets
      Supreme Court travel docket

      When a case does not present a new question of law, and oral argument is deemed neither helpful to the court nor essential to a fair hearing of the appeal, it is placed on the summary calendar. These cases are deemed submitted without oral argument.

      If livestream is not working

      We always monitor the livestream, so we are aware if service is lost and we correct it as quickly as we can. If you are ever unable to access the livestream, try again a few minutes later.

      If you have questions or concerns about the livestream:


      Clerk of the Appellate Courts

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