noun | cal·en·dar
: a list of cases ready to be heard on a procedural action the motion calendar; specifically : a list of cases ready for trial — called also list ; compare docket : a list of cases ready for trial — called also list ; compare docket
Note: Generally it is up to the party that wants to go to trial to have a case placed on the calendar. The party must file with the court a notice that the case is ready for trial and that a jury trial, if desired, is demanded.
: a list of bills or other items reported out of committee for consideration by a legislative assembly
: to place (a case) on a calendar the Appellate Division, Second Department, is now calendaring civil appeals —New York Law Journal — compare docket