The Supreme Court divides its oral argument hearings into “sittings” occurring for two weeks each month, typically on Mondays through Wednesdays. Below are the cases the Court will hear during its 2022 – 2023 term. The cases range from a challenge to EPA’s regulation of navigable waters, to redistricting, affirmative action, gay rights and some less newsworthy cases that will be very influential. 

Below is a list of cases on the docket and links to where you can learn more about each argument and read live updates.

Important Cases:

Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. University of North Carolina and Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. President & Fellows of Harvard College
These cases are about the legality of affirmative action.


Moore v. Harper
This case is about partisan gerrymandering.


303 Creative v. Elenis
This is a case about a website designer refusing services to LGBTQIA+ people.


Merrill v. Milligan
This case challenges Alabama Congressional Districts.


Reed v. Goertz
This case challenges a denial of DNA testing to prove innocence.


Additional Cases:

Delaware v. Pennsylvania and Wisconsin
This case addresses the dispute of unclaimed property in states.

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Sackett v. EPA
This case is about residential development near a river and wetlands.

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Arellano v. McDonough
This case is about veteran health benefits.
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National Pork Producers’ Council v. Ross
This case challenges a CA law on pork farming.
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Helix Energy Solutions Group v. Hewitt
This case is about overtime pay.
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Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts v. Goldsmith
This case addresses a copyright dispute.
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Cruz v. Arizona
This case involves John Cruz who is on death row.
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Jones v. Hendrix
This is a procedural habeas corpus case.
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Bittner v. The U.S.
This a case about a defendant who violated the Bank Secrecy Act.
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Mallory v. Norfolk Southern Railway Co.
This case involves a PA law that requires corporations to register in the state to do business.
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Ciminelli v. U.S.
This is a corruption case involving a New York development project.

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Percoco v. U.S.
This case arose out of the Ciminelli v. U.S..
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U.S. v. Texas
This is an immigration case.
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Wilkins v. U.S.
This is a jurisdictional case regarding the Quiet Title Act.
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MOAC Mall Holdings LLC v. Transform Holdco LLC
This is a bankruptcy case.
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Bartenwerfer v. Buckley
This is a bankruptcy case.
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U.S. ex rel. Polansky v. Executive Health Resources
This case is about whether the government can dismiss a False Claims Act case.
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