- Comment on Both Style and Substance: The Anatomy of a Supreme Court Brief Cover by Gotcha gang
- Comment on Posting U.S. Supreme Court Merits Briefs by Andy
- Comment on Posting U.S. Supreme Court Merits Briefs by BCLS3L
- Comment on Musings on Mario Vargas Llosa by Katherine Gekker
- Comment on The Conservative Assault On The Constitution by Paul Rinn
- Comment on Musings on Mario Vargas Llosa by TeeJaw
- Comment on Professor Kagan, Justice Kagan, and Snyder v. Phelps by TeeJaw
- Comment on Professor Kagan, Justice Kagan, and Snyder v. Phelps by Courtman
- Comment on Professor Kagan, Justice Kagan, and Snyder v. Phelps by FJ Harris
- Comment on Professor Kagan, Justice Kagan, and Snyder v. Phelps by Rick Caird
Any commentary or opinions about cases, legal theory, legal strategy, court procedure, and all other content are the express opinion of their writer and do not necessarily represent the opinions of Cockle Law Brief Printing Co (“Cockle Law”), Cockle Bur, Inc. (“Cockle Bur”) its employees, owners, or users of this site. These commentary and opinions should be relied upon at your own risk. These commentary and opinions are not legal advice.
All information made available at www.Cocklebur.com is for informational purposes only. This website, and all content contained herein, is not meant to provide legal advice or answer specific legal question. It is not a substitute for legal advice. You should neither act, nor refrain from acting, based on information contained in this site; nor should you consider any blogs or other content posted on www.Cocklebur.com to be a substitute for proper legal research conducted by a licensed attorney. Visitors to this site should consult a licensed attorney before relying on any information found on this site.
To ensure compliance with requirements imposed by the IRS, Cockle Law informs you that any U.S. federal tax advice or information contained in this site (including any blog post or on any site linked to or from www.Cocklebur.com) is not intended or written to be used, and can not be used, for the purpose of (I) avoiding penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or (II) promoting, marketing or recommending to another party any transaction or matter addressed herein.
Tag Archives: Dan Ortiz
Page 1 of 11
Posted October 12th, 2010
Today, the Supreme Court released its order list from last week’s Conference. Among the seven petitions for writ of certiorari that were granted was the petition in Borough of Duryea v. Guarnieri, No. 09-1476. The petition was filed by CockleBur contributor Dan Ortiz from the University of Virginia Supreme Court Clinic.
Page 1 of 11