Tag Archives: Amicus Curiae Briefs

Read the latest issue of “Appellate Issues,” from the ABA’s Council of Appellate Lawyers

Don’t say I never did anything for you. This is a Friday, and you need something to do over the weekend, right? Well, I’ve got you covered. The ABA’s Council of Appellate Lawyers has published the Summer 2014 issue of … Continue reading

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Proposed rule change would require disclosure for amicus briefs in New Mexico

The New Mexico Supreme Court’s Rules of Appellate Procedure Committee (of which I am a member) has proposed a change to Rule 12-215 that would require an amicus curiae to disclose when a party to the case, or the party’s … Continue reading

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“Katie’s Law: NM Governor Susana Martinez to file arguments in Maryland court test”

Milan Simonich has this report in the Carlsbad Current-Argus, stating that Governor Susana Martinez plans to file an amicus brief in the Supreme Court of the United States in Maryland v. King.  The question the justices face is whether the … Continue reading

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“New Mexico, 13 other states back affirmative action policy.”

KOB-TV has this report indicating that New Mexico has joined 13 other states in an amicus curiae brief filed before the Supreme Court of the United States, supporting the University of Texas’ use of race in admissions. By “New Mexico,” the report … Continue reading

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