The US businessman opposes the 11-turbine European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre off the Aberdeenshire coast, claiming that it will spoil the view from his nearby luxury golf course.
His legal action is against the Scottish Government's approval of the wind farm.
A petition lodged by Trump International Golf Links and The Trump Organisation earlier this year asks the court to declare that the decision not to hold a public inquiry into, and the subsequent approval of, the European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre in Aberdeen Bay in March was unlawful. It seeks to have both decisions reversed.
The hearing, known as a petition for judicial review, will take place at the Court of Session in Edinburgh. It will begin on November 12 and is set to last four days.
WWF Scotland director Lang Banks said: "It's such a shame Trump remains hell-bent on using his billions to try and undermine Scotland's ambition of becoming a cleaner, greener, job-creating nation. He may be happy wasting his own money. But, defending his legal action is likely to cost the Scottish taxpayer too.
"Research has shown that Scotland could meet its climate and energy targets using clean renewables and energy efficiency. In the end, just like the Scottish Parliament's own inquiry, we hope the court sees through his bluff and bluster and agrees that giving the go-ahead to this development was the right decision."