Last week, the Emory Law School Supreme Court Advocacy Project filed two Petitions for Writ of Certiorari. Both seek reversal of decisions from the Supreme Court of Georgia.

On a related note, I promise to begin publishing real posts again now that my first big wave of cert petitions and amicus briefs is over. ELSSCAP will continue working on projects, but hopefully DailyWrit will not suffer a moment longer.


1 Response to “Two Cert. Petitions Filed by the Emory Supreme Court Advocacy Project”

  1. 1 Zakariah Lafreniere

    What is the point of posting a cert petition sans questions posed?


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