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Appellate Law

Representing Amici Curiae In High-Profile Appeals

Larry Ebner, executive vice president and general counsel of the Atlantic Legal Foundation, discusses the organization and the important role that it plays by filing amicus curiae, “friend of the court,” briefs in key Supreme Court, federal court of appeals, and state appellate court cases that implicate the foundation’s mission areas.

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Atlantic Legal Foundation: Serving The Public Interest

The Atlantic Legal Foundation is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public interest law firm that advocates for individual liberty, limited, efficient government, free enterprise, sound science in the courtroom and school choice. Founded in 1977, Atlantic Legal provides legal representation, without fee,...

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Scientists Need To Recognize The Importance Of The Law: Without The Atlantic Legal Foundation, This Would Not Have Happened

Dr. Richard Wilson, Mallinckrodt Professor of Physics, Emeritus, Harvard University, delivered the following address at the Atlantic Legal Foundation's Annual Award Dinner on March 11, 2013, as the recipient of the Atlantic Legal Foundation's fourth Lifetime Achievement Award. Dr....

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Corporate Counsel

Atlantic Legal Foundation Defends Business Interests

The primary focus of most if not all general counsel is on the care and well-being of a single corporate client and the industry in which the company is engaged. Inevitably, but regrettably, attention to the big picture as it affects the business community in general is at times overlooked. This...

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