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Supreme Court Briefs & Appellate Services

If you’re headed for the Supreme Court, your SCOTUS briefs have to be effective.

With complex rules and a seemingly ever-evolving set of regulations, you need a trusted expert by your side who’s worked on thousands of cases. Our appellate brief professionals would be happy to take on your case, guaranteeing perfect formatting, printing, and filing of your Supreme Court briefs.

There’s no Supreme Court Brief we haven’t worked on, including:

Petitions For Writ of Certiorari

Amicus Curiae Briefs

Merit Briefs

Reply Briefs

Briefs in Opposition

For Supreme Court case brief examples or to start your appeal today, connect with our experts now.

Our high-level proofreaders and experienced appellate professionals leave no room for doubt or error. Every appellate matter that enters our premises is handled with uncompromised accuracy and attention-to-detail by specialized paralegal staff who care. We know what judges across the country want to see in Supreme Court briefs, so you don’t have to worry.

The Supreme Court’s new electronic filing system is now in operation. While paper remains the official form of filing, all parties who are represented by counsel must also submit electronic versions of filing through the system.

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Waiver FormWaiver of right to file brief in opposition to petitionViewforms
Oral Argument FormFor Counsel of Record in cases for argumentViewforms
Opinions and OrdersRecent Opinions of the CourtViewopinions-and-orders
Oral Argument CalendarCourt and Argument CalendarsViewcalendar
Guide for Counsel in Cases to be ArguedGuide to assist attorneys in preparing cases for argument before the CourtViewrules-guidelines
Supreme Court’s Guidelines to Electronic FilingGuidelines for the submission of documents to the Court's electronic filing systemViewrules-guidelines
Rules of the Supreme Court of the United StatesRules of the Court - Effective January 1, 2023Viewrules-guidelines

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