Supreme Court dockets
The Kansas Supreme Court reserves certain 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 session. Once each session's docket is established, a link will be provided here. Please check the docket pages for each session to see when arguments are scheduled to begin.
The week's docket lists each case to be heard and the time allotted to each case. 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.
Supreme Court decisions are filed 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.
Past dockets by year
2020 | 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016