October 4, 2018

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm , Eastern Time

How to Amicus: Lessons in How to Be a Friend of the Court


How to Amicus: Lessons in How to Be a Friend of the Court

Learn from leading appellate lawyers at public interest organizations and law firms on how to write effective amicus curiae briefs. The panel includes:

Alan Morrison, Associate Dean at GW Law School and Co-founder of the Public Citizen Litigation Group

Nathalie Guilfoyle, Recently Retired General Counsel of the American Psychological Association

Charles Davis, Associate, Goldstein & Russell

Paul Bland, Executive Director, Public Justice

The panel will be held on October 4, noon to 1, at the GW Law School Student Conference Center (the 2nd floor of 2023 G St NW). Lunch will be provided. No RSVP required.