The Role of DOJ’s Appellate Staffs in the Supreme Court and in the courts of appeals


DAS partner Al J. Daniel, Jr. served on the Appellate Staff, Civil Division, United States Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. for a decade before moving to New York City. His litigation practice since then continues to include appellate work in courts of appeals and the Supreme Court. In his new article on SCOTUSblog, Mr. Daniel examines the role of DOJ’s Appellate Staffs in the federal government’s litigation in courts of appeals and in assisting the Solicitor General’s Office in Supreme Court litigation, including preparation of petitions for certiorari and merits and amicus briefs. Please click here to read Mr. Daniel’s article on SCOTUSblog.

Filed in: Legal Blog, Litigation, Policy and Government Affairs

December 12, 2012