Filing deadlines that fall on an observed holiday are extended to the next business day.

Monday January 2, 2023 New Year's Day (Observed)
Monday January 16, 2023 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Monday February 13, 2023 Lincoln's Birthday (Observed)
Monday February 20, 2023 President's Day
Monday May 29, 2023 Memorial Day
Monday June 19, 2023 Juneteenth Day
Tuesday July 4, 2023 Independence Day
Monday September 4, 2023 Labor Day
Monday October 9, 2023 Columbus Day
Tuesday November 7, 2023 Election Day
Friday November 10, 2023 Veteran's Day (Observed)
Thursday November 23, 2023 Thanksgiving Day
Monday December 25, 2023 Christmas Day

Filing deadlines that fall on an observed holiday are extended to the next business day.

Monday January 1, 2024 New Year's Day
Monday January 15, 2024 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Monday February 12, 2024 Lincoln's Birthday
Monday February 19, 2024 President's Day
Monday May 27, 2024 Memorial Day
Wednesday June 19, 2024 Juneteenth Day
Thursday July 4, 2024 Independence Day
Monday September 2, 2024 Labor Day
Monday October 14, 2024 Columbus Day
Tuesday November 5, 2024 Election Day
Monday November 11, 2024 Veteran's Day
Thursday November 28, 2024 Thanksgiving Day
Wednesday December 25, 2024 Christmas Day

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact the Calendar Office: 585-530-3275


I am unavailable to attend oral argument on certain dates during the term; what should I do?

You should notify the Clerk in writing within 15 days of the date that the scheduling order was mailed of your unavailability for oral argument on a specific date or dates during the term (see 22 NYCRR 1000.15 [b]). If a scheduling conflict arises at a later time, but before a specific date for oral argument has been set, the Clerk should be notified in writing as soon as possible.

My case has been scheduled for oral argument but I am unavailable on that day; what should I do?

Once a specific date has been given for oral argument, any request to move that argument date must be made on motion. If an emergency arises that renders motion practice impracticable, the Court may consider a request submitted in letter form.

I know the Court calls its calender at 10:00 A.M., but can you estimate what time my case will actually be called so I don't have to wait too long?

No. The Clerk's Office will not estimate the time that a particular case will be called for argument. An attorney scheduled to argue shall check in with the receptionist in the Clerk's Office prior to 10:00 A.M. If counsel is not present in the courtroom when his or her case is called, the matter is deemed submitted (see 22 NYCRR 1250.15 [c][4]).

May I contact the Clerk’s Office in advance of my argument date and request the names of the Justices that will hear my appeal?

No. The names of the Justices on the panel will not be released until the morning of oral argument.

I requested 15 minutes for oral argument; can I reserve five minutes of that time for rebuttal?

No. Rebuttal is not permitted and no time may be reserved by counsel for the purpose of rebuttal (see 22 NYCRR 1000.15 [d][3]).

Even though I indicated on my brief that I was not requesting oral argument, I have changed my mind and now want time to argue my appeal. What should I do?

Send a written request to the Clerk, copying in opposing counsel.

At oral argument, I cited to the Court a recent case that was not referred to in my brief. May I submit to the Court a copy of the case after oral argument?

Yes. Post-argument submissions may be made within 5 business days of oral argument. The Court requires six copies and proof of service of one copy on the opposing party (see 22 NYCRR 1250.15 [d]; 1000.15[e]).

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