Question about filing an amicus brief for a specific Supreme Court case.
August 7, 2023 9:40 AM   Subscribe

Is it possible to file an amicus brief in this case? If it's not possible, is there somewhere else obvious where someone could share thoughts about this case?
posted by davidstandaford to Law & Government (2 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
Pro se amicus briefs (from those not admitted to the bar of the court) are not permitted.

Amicus briefs generally can only be filed by the consent of all parties or with leave of the court. Briefs are due 7 days after the brief of the party supported, so it is already too late to file one for the petitioner, anyway.

The justices are not supposed to be out reviewing general public opinion. In principle, at least.
posted by praemunire at 10:17 AM on August 7 [7 favorites]

(pro se = for yourself, without other counsel representation)
posted by praemunire at 10:17 AM on August 7

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