• Amicus Brief: Jessop v. City of Fresno

    "Now, not only can officials seize and retain personal property with little judicial oversight under the guise of civil asset forfeiture; law enforcement also can outright steal personal property for their own use with impunity and without fear of civil liability. "

  • Amicus Brief: Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard

    Harvard’s discrimination against Asian American applicants prolongs a long history of discrimination against Asian Americans in the United States. The judgment of the district court should be reversed.

  • Amicus Brief: West v. Winfield

    The reasoning embraced by the Ninth and Second Circuits—requiring a Section 1983 plaintiff to point to a decided case with identical, or nearly so, factual allegations in order to defeat qualified immunity—sets an impossible standard

  • Amicus Brief: Torres v. Madrid

    This Court should reverse the Tenth Circuit and return uniformity and predictability to the Court’s Fourth Amendment jurisprudence.

  • Amicus Brief: Fleck v. Wetch

    The case warrants this Court’s review because many state and local governments are refusing to comply with Janus’ waiver requirement.

  • Amicus Brief: Salgado v. United States

    Because lower courts have charted a course around CAFRA’s fee-shifting provision, inefficient and unmeritorious civil asset forfeiture actions are not adequately deterred.

  • Amicus Brief: Shaffer v. Pennsylvania

    This Court should grant the petition for a writ of certiorari to clarify the applicability — if any — of the “private search” doctrine to today’s digital world.

  • Amicus Brief: Valent v. Commissioner of Social Security

    The Supreme Court should take this case to resolve the question of what tools the lower courts must employ in a search for the meaning of a statute.

  • Amicus Brief: Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue

    The Supreme Court should act to protect religiously neutral student-aid programs from lower court rulings and state government actions that run afoul of the federal constitution.