Since 2011, there has been “an explosion” of amicus briefs at the Supreme Courtroom, according to Arnold & Porter’s Anthony Franze and R. Reeves Anderson, who review the problem and lately wrote an report analyzing the 10 years-very long development. Franze and Anderson be part of SCOTUStalk host Amy Howe for a glance at how amicus briefs have developed. They analyze what sort of amicus brief is very likely to impact the court docket, how the justices interact with the briefs and, most importantly, how to appropriately pronounce “amicus.”
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