The AAML Committee on Amicus Briefs has the responsibility to evaluate all amicus briefs requests that could potentially be filed in the name of AAML. They assess and determine if the brief would meet the high standards for such filings, meet the guidance of amicus policies and if it would be in the best interest of AAML and the membership. Once said review and/or drafting and modification is complete, a recommendation is made to the AAML President and/or the President of the respective AAML Chapter(s). If approved, the Amicus brief is then filed on behalf of AAML.
If an Amicus Brief is approved for public issuance by AAML, it will be found below.