Connecticut Supreme Court
Assignment of Cases
Calendar and panel assignments are subject to change. Final panel assignments will be reflected in the published opinion.
Please note the following: Counsel are urged to provide the
Supreme Court with a minimum of 48 hours' notice in the event an
appeal scheduled for full argument is to be withdrawn. See also
P.B. §§ 63-9, 85‑2, 85-3. Cases are
scheduled for a specified time. If your case is scheduled for
argument at 10:00 a.m. counsel and self-represented parties must
check in with the Clerk in Court by 9:30 a.m. For matters after
10:00 a.m., counsel and self-represented parties must check in with
the Clerk one hour prior to their scheduled argument time.
Practice Book § 69-2: "Cases will be
considered ready for assignment when the briefs and appendices of
all parties, including reply briefs, have been filed or the time for
filing reply briefs has expired." -- Carolyn C. Ziogas, Chief Clerk
NOTICE: Effective December 1, 2016, the Supreme Court and Appellate Court dockets and assignments will no longer be printed and mailed.