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- Below is a link to the list of cases for which the U.S. Supreme Court has granted certiorari for the October 2020 term, along with argument dates. Read the petitioners (appellants), respondents (appellees), and some of the amicus curiae briefs in one of the cases that interests you and write at least a 4 page paper, describing the facts, legal issues raised in the case, the positions of the appellant, respondent, and amici, and how you think the Supreme Court should decide the case and why. Up to 10% credit based on the quality of the paper will be provided.
You can then locate the briefs related to these cases by using the case number at:
Papers should identify and describe:
- the parties to the appeal;
- the decisions of the lower courts in this case;
- who filed amicus curiae briefs and why;
- the legal issue(s) of the appealin other words, what is(are) the legal question(s) that the Supreme Court agreed to address on appeal, and why it(they) is(are) important; and
- how you think the Supreme Court should decide the appeal and why.