June 8, 2005
Supreme Court Win for Stanford Clinic
The Stanford Supreme Court Litigation Clinic logged another victory, this time on behalf of disabled persons. Directed by Prof. Pamela Karlan, and Goldstein & Howe partners Thomas Goldstein and Amy Howe, the Supreme Court Litigation Clinic assigns teams of law students to draft petitions for certiorari and amicus briefs; prepare advocates in clinic-related cases for oral argument; and provide advice to other attorneys appearing before the Court.
The clinic's recent victory in Spector v. Norwegian Cruise Line is the program's third merits victory this term. Watch for other Supreme Court opinions and arguments in which the Stanford Supreme Court Litigation Clinic played a role. In particular, keep an eye on Gonzales v. Crosby, a habeas corpus case argued in April 2005, and Tum v. Barbour Foods, a Fair Labor Standards Act case that will be argued in the October term.
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