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Does the Supreme Court publish a list of their cases on a weekly basis?

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The U.S. Supreme Court publishes a list of all cases it has accepted for the upcoming one-year term, as well as an oral argument schedule for the upcoming month, on SupremeCourt.gov. The term of the court runs from October through October.

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The Supreme Court receives approximately 10,000 petitions for review of cases each year and only grants review to a small portion of those. For the 2015 term, the Supreme Court granted 33 total cases for review, with 31 oral arguments anticipated for those cases. As of Sept. 25, 2015, only the October and November oral argument schedules have been published. Once the Supreme Court issues decisions on cases, the written opinions for each decided case are available on SupremeCourt.gov and are maintained for a few years. As of 2015, the opinions available online are from 2009 to 2014.

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