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The Alan Morrison Supreme Court Assistance Project offers pro bono legal assistance at the pre-certiorari stage, helping both to oppose petitions for certiorari to protect public interest victories in lower courts and to file petitions for certiorari asking the Supreme Court for review of important legal questions. We also frequently provide assistance in public interest cases at the merits stage, helping to draft briefs and conducting moot courts. Click here for further description.

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