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Representatives as Amici Curiae in Support of the Government, Burwell v.
Reid, Sanders, Schumer, and Wyden as Amici Curiae in Support of Hobby
John Cornyn, Mike Lee, and David Vitter as Amici Curiae Supporting
POSSIBLE EXPLANATIONS FOR THE RISE OF CIVIL LAW AMICI CURIAE
The interregional breadth and relative speed of the rise of civil law amici curiae imply that it can be usefully analyzed, to some extent, as a single, global phenomenon.
611 (1994) (discussing the role of amici curiae at the International Court of Justice, the European Court of Justice, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACrtHR)).
Morriss, Private Amici Curiae and the Supreme Court's 1997-1998 Term Employment Law Jurisprudence, 7 WM.
24) See Linda Sandstrom Simard, An Empirical Study of Amici Curiae in Federal Court: A Fine Balance of Access, Efficiency, and Adversarialism, 27 REV.
1172, 1172 (1953) (noting that amici curiae "are repetitious at best and emotional explosions at worst").