Federal cases, All: Attorneys & others involved

Case                           State      Attorneys                       Others involved                                    Internal notes

407 U.S. 25 (1972)
Criminal
FL

Bruce S. Rogow (Greater Miami Legal Services) argued the cause for petitioner on the reargument and J. Michael Shea argued the cause pro hac vice on the original argument. With them on the brief was P. A. Hubbart.

Solicitor General Griswold argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae on the reargument urging reversal. With him on the brief were Assistant Attorney General Petersen, Deputy Solicitor General Greenawalt, Harry R. Sachse, Beatrice Rosenberg, and Sidney M. Glazer. Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed by William E. Hellerstein for the Legal Aid Society of New York, and by Marshall J. Hartman for the National Legal Aid and Defender Association.
316 U.S. 455 (1942)
Criminal
MD

Messrs. Jesse Slingluff, Jr. and G. Van Velsor Wolf for petitioner.

401 U.S. 371 (1971)
Civil
CT

Arthur B. LaFrance, New Haven, Conn., reargued the cause and filed briefs for appellants. (New Haven Legal Assistance Association)

Allan Ashman filed a brief for the National Legal Aid and Defender Association as amicus curiae urging reversal.
373 U.S. 83 (1963)
Criminal
MD

E. Clinton Bamberger, Jr. argued the cause for petitioner. With him on the brief was John Martin Jones, Jr. More about Clinton Bamberger: https://cnejl.org/item/clinton-bamberger-life/

421 U.S. 519 (1975)
Criminal
CA

Robert L. Walker argued the cause for respondent. With him on the brief was Peter Bull. (National Center for Youth Law)

Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed by Alfred L. Scanlan for the National Council of Juvenile Court Judges; by David Gilman for the National Council on Crime and Delinquency et al.; and by Richard S. Buckley and Laurance S. Smith for the California Public Defenders Assn.
538 U.S. 216 (2003)
Civil

David J Burman argued the cause for respondents Legal Foundation of Washington et al. With him on the brief were Nicholas P. Gellert, Kathleen M. O’Sullivan, Carter G. Phillips, and Stephen B. Kinnaird. Walter Dellinger argued the cause for respondent Justices of the Washington Supreme Court. With him on the brief were Christine 0. Gregoire, Attorney General of Washington, and Maureen Hart, Senior Assistant Attorney General.

Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the State of California et al. by Bill Lockyer, Attorney General of California, Richard M. Frank, Chief Assistant Attorney General, J Matthew Rodriquez, Senior Assistant Attorney General, Daniel L. Siegel, Supervising Deputy Attorney General, Christiana Tiedemann, Deputy Attorney General, Thomas F Reilly, Attorney General of Massachusetts, and William W. Porter and Amy Spector, Assistant Attorneys General, and by the Attorneys General for their respective jurisdictions as follows: Janet Napolitano of Arizona, Ken Salazar of Colorado, Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, Robert A Butterworth of Florida, Earl I. Anzai of Hawaii, James E. Ryan of Illinois, Steve Carter of Indiana, Thomas J Miller of Iowa, Carla J. Stovall of Kansas, Richard P. Ieyoub of Louisiana, G. Steven Rowe of Maine, J. Joseph Curran, Jr. of Maryland, Jennifer M. Granholm of Michigan, Mike Hatch of Minnesota, Mike Moore of Mississippi, Mike McGrath of Montana, Frankie Sue Del Papa of Nevada, Philip T McLaughlin of New Hampshire, David Samson of New Jersey, Patricia A Madrid of New Mexico, Eliot Spitzer of New York, Roy Cooper of North Carolina, Wayne Stenehjem of North Dakota, Betty D. Montgomery of Ohio, W.A. Drew Edmondson of Oklahoma, Hardy Myers of Oregon, D. Michael Fisher of Pennsylvania, Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island, Charlie Condon of South Carolina, Mark Barnett of South Dakota, Paul G. Summers of Tennessee, Mark L. Shurtleff of Utah, William H. Sorrell of Vermont, Darrell V McGraw, Jr., of West Virginia, and Anabelle Rodriguez of Puerto Rico; for the City and County of San Francisco by Andrew W.
433 U.S. 76 (1979)
Civil
MA

Henry A. Freedman (Center for Social Welfare Policy and Law) argued the cause for appellees in both cases. With him on the brief for appellees Westcott et al were Kenneth P. Neiman (Western Mass Legal Services) and Michael B. Trister. Solicitor General McCree filed a brief for the federal appellee in No.78-689.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Diana A. Steele, Phyllis N. Segal, and Nancy Duff Campbell filed a brief for the American Civil Liberties Union et al. as amici curiae urging affirmance in both cases. Stephan Landsman, Anthony Touschner, Charles E. Guerrier, and Barbara Kaye Besser filed a brief for Cathy Stevens et al as amici curiae urging affirmance in No. 78-437.
CA

Stephen P. Berzon (Legal Aid Society of Alameda County) argued the cause for appellees pro hac vice. With him on the brief was Kenneth F. Phillips

Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed by C. Lyonel Jones, Ed J. Polk, Don B. Kates, Jr., and Joseph A. Matera for California Rural Legal Assistance et al.; by J. Albert Woll, Laurence Gold, and Thomas E. Harris for American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations; by Stephen I. Schlossberg, John A. Fillion, and Jordan Rossen for the International Union, UAW; and by the Employment Project, Center on Social Welfare Policy and Law.
406 U.S. 598 (1972)
Civil
CA

Carmen L. Massey, by appointment of the Court, 405 U.S. 951, argued the cause and filed a brief for appellees pro hac vice.

NY

E. Richard Larson (National Employment Law Project) argued the cause for appellants. With him on the briefs were Dennis R. Yeager and Robert P. Roberts.

Mozart G. Ratner, George B. Driesen, Leo M. Pellerzi, and George Kaufmann filed a brief for the National Association of Letter Carriers AFL-CIO et al, as amici curiae urging reversal.
389 U.S. 416 (1967)
Civil
CA

George F. Duke for appellants.

397 U.S. 471 (1970)
Civil
MD

Joseph A. Matera (Legal Aid Bureau of Baltimore), Baltimore, Md., for appellees

413 U.S. 528 (1973)
Civil
DC

Ronald F. Pollack (Food Research & Action Center) argued the cause for appellees. With him on the brief was Roger A. Schwartz.

413 U.S. 508 (1973)
Civil
DC

Ronald F. Pollack (Food Research & Action Center) argued the cause for appellees. With him on the brief was Roger A. Schwartz.

Harry R. Sachse argued the cause for respondents in No. 72-481 and for petitioner in No. 72-746. With him on the brief were Solicitor General Griswold, Assistant Attorney General Johnson, Deputy Solicitor General Wallace, Edmund B. Clark, and Glen R. Goodsell.

Charles A. Hobbs filed a brief for the National Congress of American Indians, Inc., et al. as amici curiae urging reversal in No. 72-746. Briefs of amici curiae in both cases were filed by James B. Hovis for the Confederated Bands and Tribes of the Yakima Indian Nation, and by David H. Getches for Ramona C. Bennett et al.
There are other SCOTUS cases between these parties in other years, so don't get confused.
CA

Paul Renne argued the cause for respondents in both cases. With him on the brief were James Donato, Whitty Somvichian, and John Murcko.

372 U.S. 353 (1963)
Criminal
CA

Marvin M. Mitchelson and Burton Marks, Beverly Hills, Cal., for petitioners.

415 U.S. 651 (1974)
Civil
IL

Sheldon Roodman, Chicago, Ill., for respondents. (Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago)

314 U.S. 160 (1941)
Criminal
CA

Mr. Samuel Slaff, of New York City, for appellant. (Neighborhood Legal Services of DC)

Mr. John H. Tolan, of Oakland, Cal., for the Select Committee of the House of Representatives of the United States, appointed pursuant to House Resolution No. 63, April 22, 1940, to investigate Interstate Migration of Destitute Citizens, as amicus curiae by special leave of Court.
397 F.2d 687 (D.C. Cir. 1968) cert. denied, 393 U.S. 1016 (1969)
Civil
DC

Mr. Brian Michael Olmstead, Des Moines, Iowa, with whom Mrs. Florence Wagman Roisman, Washington, D. C., was on the brief, for appellant.

Mr. Reuben B. Robertson, III, Washington, D. C., filed a brief on behalf of the National Capital Area Civil Liberties Defense and Education Fund as amicus curiae, urging reversal.
Fixed
425 F.2d 953 (2d Cir. 1970)
Civil
NY

Henry A. Freedman, New York City, Center on Social Welfare Policy & Law, New York City, Lee A. Albert and Harold Edgar, New York City, Richard Kwasnik and Harold Washington, Bronx, N. Y. (Morrisania Legal Services, Bronx, N. Y., of counsel), for plaintiffs-appellants Lockman and Humphrey.

340 F.Supp. 351 (D.C. Md. 1972), affirmed 409 U.S. 904 (1972)
Civil
MD

C. Christopher Brown, Curtis L. Decker, and H. Maxwell Hersch, Baltimore, Md., for plaintiffs.

All done.
407 U.S. 67 (1972)
Civil
FL, PA

C. Michael Abbott (Legal Services of Greater Miami) for appellants Margarita Fuentes and others, pro hac vice, by special leave of Court. David A. Scholl for the appellants Paul Parham and others, pro hac vice, by special leave of Court.

372 U.S. 335
Criminal
FL

Abe Fortas, by appointment of the Court, 370 U.S. 932 , argued the cause for petitioner. With him on the brief were Abe Krash and Ralph Temple. Abe Fortas was a Washington, D.C. attorney and future Supreme Court justice.

J. Lee Rankin, by special leave of Court, argued the cause for the American Civil Liberties Union et al., as amici curiae, urging reversal. With him on the brief were Norman Dorsen, John Dwight Evans, Jr., Melvin L. Wulf, Richard J. Medalie, Howard W. Dixon and Richard Yale Feder. A brief for the state governments of twenty-two States and Commonwealths, as amici curiae, urging reversal, was filed by Edward J. McCormack, Jr., Attorney General of Massachusetts, Walter F. Mondale, Attorney General of Minnesota, Duke W. Dunbar, Attorney General of Colorado, Albert L. Coles, Attorney General of Connecticut, Eugene Cook, Attorney General of Georgia, Shiro Kashiwa, Attorney General of Hawaii, Frank Benson, Attorney General of Idaho, William G. Clark, Attorney General of Illinois, Evan L. Hultman, Attorney General of Iowa, John B. Breckinridge, Attorney General of Kentucky, Frank E. Hancock, Attorney General of Maine, Frank J. Kelley, Attorney General of Michigan, Thomas F. Eagleton, Attorney General of Missouri, Charles E. Springer, Attorney General of Nevada, Mark McElroy, Attorney General of Ohio, Leslie R. Burgum, Attorney General of North Dakota, Robert Y. Thornton, Attorney General of Oregon, J. Joseph Nugent, Attorney General of Rhode Island, A. C. Miller, Attorney General of South Dakota, John J. O’Connell, Attorney General of Washington, C. Donald Robertson, Attorney General of West Virginia, and George N. Hayes, Attorney General of Alaska. Robert Y. Thornton, Attorney General of Oregon, and Harold W. Adams, Assistant Attorney General, filed a separate brief for the State of Oregon, as amicus curiae.
397 U.S. 254 (1970)
Civil
NY

Lee A. Albert (Center for Social Welfare Policy and Law) argued the cause for appellees. With him on the brief were Robert Borsody, Martin Garbus, and David Diamond (Mobilization for Youth Legal Services).

A brief of amicus curiae was filed by Victor G. Rosenblum and Daniel Wm. Fessler for the National Institute for Education in Law and Poverty.
419 U.S. 565 (1975)
Civil
OH

Peter D. Roos (Harvard Center for Law and Education) argued the cause for appellees. With him on the brief were Denis Murphy and Kenneth C. Curtin.

Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed by David Bonderman, Peter Van N. Lockwood, Paul L. Tractenberg, David Rubin, and W. William Hodes for the National Committee for Citizens in Education et al.; by Alan H. Levine, Melvin L. Wulf, and Joel M. Gora for the American Civil Liberties Union; by Robert H. Kapp, R. Stephen Browning, and Nathaniel R. Jones for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People et al.; and by Marian Wright Edelman for the Children’s Defense Fund of the Washington Research Project, Inc., et al.
403 U.S. 365 (1971)
Civil
AZ, PA

Anthony B. Ching (Legal Aid Society of Pima County) argued the cause and filed a brief for appellees in No. 609. Jonathan M. Stein (Community Legal Services, Philadelphia) argued the cause for appellees in No. 727, pro hac vice. With him on the brief were Harvey N. Schmidt and Jonathan Weiss.

Mr. Weiss filed a brief for the Legal Services for the Elderly Poor Project of the Center on Social Welfare Policy and Law as amicus curiae urging affirmance in No. 609. Robert A. Sedler and Melvin L. Wulf filed a brief for the American Civil Liberties Union as amicus curiae urging affirmance in both cases. Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance in No. 727 were filed by Edith Lowenstein for Migration and Refugee Services, U.S. Catholic Conference, Inc., et al., and by Jack Wasserman and Esther M. Kaufman for the Association of Immigration and Nationality Lawyers.
361 F. Supp. 1356 (D.Me. 1972), aff'd, 412 U.S. 924
Civil
ME

In District Court: Robert E. Mittel, Thomas B. Benjamin, Portland, Me., for plaintiffs. (Pine Tree Legal Assistance)

Fixed
351 U.S. 12 (1956)
Criminal
IL

Charles A. Horsky, acting under appointment by the Court, 349 U.S. 949 , argued the cause and filed a brief for petitioners.

415 U.S. 528 (1974)
Civil
NY

Carl Jay Nathanson, Hempstead, N.Y., for petitioners. (Nassau County Law Services Committee)

448 U.S. 297 (1980)
Civil
NY

Rhonda Copelon argued the cause for appellees McRae et al. With her on the briefs were Nancy Stearns, Sylvia Law, Ellen K. Sawyer, Janet Benshoof, Judith Levin, Harriet Pilpel, and Eve Paul.

Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed by Robert Abrams, Attorney General, Shirley Adelson Siegel, Solicitor General, and Peter Bienstock, Arnold D. Fleischer, and Barbara E. Levy, Assistant Attorneys General, for the State of New York et al., joined by Rufus L. Edmisten, Attorney General of North Carolina, William F. O’Connell, Special Deputy Attorney General, and Steven Mansfield Shaber, Associate Attorney General, and James A. Redden, Attorney General of Oregon; by Leo Pfeffer for the American Ethical Union et al.; by Barbara Ellen Handschu for the Association of Legal Aid Attorneys of the City of New York – District 65 – U. A. W. et al.; and by Phyllis N. Segal and Judith I. Avner for the National Organization for Women et al. Briefs of amici curiae were filed by Nadine Taub for the Bergen-Passaic Health Systems Agency et al.; by James G. Kolb for the Coalition for Human Justice; by Sanford Jay Rosen for the National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S. A.; and by Sanford Jay Rosen for the United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.
387 U.S. 1 (1967)
Criminal
AZ

Norman Dorsen argued the cause for appellants. With him on the brief were Melvin L. Wulf, Amelia D. Lewis and Daniel A. Rezneck. (American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU)

Briefs of amici curiae, urging reversal, were filed by L. Michael Getty, James J. Doherty and Marshall J. Hartman for the National Legal Aid and Defender Association, and by Edward Q. Carr, Jr., and Nanette Dembitz for the Legal Aid Society and Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York, Inc. Nicholas N. Kittrie filed a brief for the American Parents Committee, as amicus curiae.
407 U.S. 128 (1972)
Civil
KS

John E. Wilkinson for appellee.

Marshall J. Hartman filed a brief for the National Legal Aid and Defender Association as amicus curiae.
Cannot find importance online.
402 U.S. 137 (1971)
Civil
CA

Archibald Cox argued the cause for appellees in both cases. On the brief were Lois P. Sheinfeld and Anthony G. Amsterdam. Warren Christopher and Donald M. Wessling filed a brief for appellee Housing Authority of the city of San Jose in both cases.

Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance in both cases were filed by Solicitor General Griswold, Assistant Attorney General Leonard, and Lawrence G. Wallace for the United States, and by Louis J. Lefkowitz, Attorney General, pro se, Samuel A. Hirshowitz, First Assistant Attorney General, and George D. Zuckerman, Dominick J. Tuminaro, and Lloyd G. Milliken, Assistant Attorneys General, for the Attorney General of the State of New York.
428 F.2d 1071 D.C. Cir., denied cert. 400 U.S. 925 (1970)
Civil
DC

Mr. Edmund E. Fleming, Boston, Mass., for appellants. Neighborhood Legal Services Program of Washington DC.

Mrs. Caryl S. Terry, Washington, D. C., filed a brief on behalf of Washington Planning and Housing Association as amicus curiae urging reversal. Mrs. Margaret F. Ewing, Mrs. Florence Wagman Roisman and Mrs. Patricia M. Wald, Washington, D.C., filed a brief on behalf of Neighborhood Legal Services Program as amicus curiae urging reversal. Messrs. Myron Moskovitz and Peter Honigsberg filed a brief on behalf of National Housing Law Project as amicus curiae urging reversal.
Fixed
406 U.S. 535 (1972)
Civil
TX

Steven J. Cole (Center for Social Welfare Policy and Law) argued the cause for appellants. With him on the briefs were Henry A. Freedman, Ed J. Polk (Bexar County Legal Aid), Edward V. Sparer, and Carl Rachlin.

Solicitor General Griswold, by invitation of the Court, filed a memorandum for the United States as amicus curiae. Marie A. Failinger, “A Tragedy of Two Americas: Jefferson v. Hackney”, in “The Poverty Law Canon: Exploring the Major Cases”, edited by Failinger & Rosser, University of Michigan Press, 2016: “It was a Wednesday in early 1969, and lawyers at the OEO-­ funded Bexar County Legal Aid offices were worried. Frank Christian, head of the Legal Aid office, had just received a phone call that the San Antonio welfare rights organization was starting a sleep-­ in at the local welfare office on Santa Rosa Avenue, protesting the state’s July 1968 decision to cut their Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) benefits. Christian, a blue-­blooded San Antonian hailing from Alamo Heights, had a strong reputation and city connections that were a boon to the low-­income people he worked with. The Alazan-Apache Homes Welfare Rights Organization, headed by a peppery and outspoken mother, Jo Ann Gutierrez, was out in force; it had been trained by the National Welfare Rights Organization for just such a protest. The new Guadalupe Street OEO office, opened in a crime-­ridden area of East San Antonio, had been working with Gutierrez because, under Texas law, she was receiving the family maximum and couldn’t receive additional AFDC benefits for her last child. Although the office was young, by the time of the protest, lawyers at San Antonio’s OEO were already involved in filing class action lawsuits.”
417 U.S. 628 (1974)
Civil
IL

Jane G. Stevens argued the cause and filed briefs for appellants. (Legal Assistance Foundation of Chicago)

392 U.S. 309 (1968)
Civil
AL

Martin Garbus (American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU) argued the cause and filed a brief for appellees.

Briefs of amici curiae, urging affirmance, were filed by Jack Greenberg, James M. Nabrit III, Leroy D. Clark, and Charles Stephen Ralston for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., et al., and by Helen L. Buttenwieser and Ephraim London for the Child Welfare League of America, Inc., et al
NC

Leowen Evans (North Central Legal Assistance Program, Durham, NC) argued the cause pro hac vice for petitioner. With him on the briefs were Gregory C. Maihoit and Robert L. Walker.

Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed by Louise Gruner Gans, Catherine P. Mitchell, and Phyllis Gelman for the National Center on Women and Family Law, Inc., et al.; by David R. Lundberg for the National Legal Aid and Defender Association; and by Robert S. Payne for the North Carolina Civil Liberties Union. Wm. Reece Smith, Jr., filed a brief for the American Bar Association as amicus curiae.
Brodie & Pastore listed as Lassiter v. North Carolina.
414 U.S. 563 (1974)
Civil

Edward H. Steinman (San Francisco Neighborhood Legal Assistance Foundation) argued the cause for petitioners. With him on the briefs were Kenneth Hecht and David C. Moon.

Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed by Stephen J. Pollak, Ralph J. Moore, Jr., David Rubin, and Peter T. Galiano for the National Education Assn. et al.; by W. Reece Bader and James R. Madison for the San Francisco Lawyers’ Committee for Urban Affairs; by J. Harold Flannery for the Center for Law and Education, Harvard University; by Herbert Teitelbaum for the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund, Inc.; by Mario G. Obledo, Sanford J. Rosen, Michael Mendelson, and Alan Exelrod for the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund et al.; by Samuel Rabinove, Joseph B. Robison, Arnold Forster, and Elliot C. Rothenberg for the American Jewish Committee et al.; by F. Raymond Marks for the Childhood and Government Project; by Martin Glick for Efrain Tostado et al.; and by the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Assn. et al.
531 U.S. 533 (2001)
Civil
NY

Bronx Legal Services, on behalf of Velazquez, filed suit in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Alan Levine argued the cause for petitioner in No. 99-603. With him on the briefs was Stephen L. Ascher. Burt Neuborne (American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU) argued the cause for respondents in both cases. With him on the brief were Laura K. Abel, Kimani Paul-Emile, Paul K. Sonn, David S. Udell, Peter M. Fishbein, and Alan E. Rothman.

Neuborne is the Norman Dorsen Professor of Civil Liberties at NYU School of Law. He was the founding legal director of the Brennan Center for Justice and directed its legal program from 1995 to 2007.

397 U.S. 552 (1970)
Civil
CA

Anthony G. Amsterdam (San Francisco Neighborhood Legal Assistance Foundation) argued the cause for appellants. On the brief were Rubin Tepper, Steven J. Antler, and Peter Sitkin.

Francis X. Beytagh, Jr., argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae urging reversal. On the brief were Solicitor General Griswold, Assistant Attorney General Ruckelshaus, Lawrence G. Wallace, and Alan S. Rosenthal. Martin Garbus and Carl Rachlin filed a brief for the Center on Social Welfare Policy & Law et al. as amici curiae urging reversal.
405 U.S. 56 (1972)
Civil
OR

John H. Clough, Portland, Or., for appellants. Clough was with Multnomah County Legal Aid Bureau (Portland, OR).

Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed by Delane C. Carpenter for the Pima County Bar Assn.; by Howard W. Dixon, Bruce S. Rogow, and Steven Rappaport for Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc.; by Helen S. White and Gerald D. McGonigle for New Hampshire Legal Assistance; by Michael J. Cody III for Memphis and Shelby County Legal Services Assn., Inc.; by Elizabeth M. Brooks for June Brooks; by Paul L. McKaskle for Western Center on Law and Poverty; by Martin R. Glenn and John G. O’Mara for Legal Aid Society of Louisville; by Andrea M. Alcarese for Legal Aid Bureau, Inc.; by Nancy E. LeBlanc for Community Action for Legal Services, Inc., et al.; and by Franklin Arthur Martens for Allen County Legal Aid Society et al.
405 U.S. 538 (1972)
Civil
CT

David M. Lesser (New Haven Legal Assistance Association) argued the cause for appellants. With him on the briefs was William H. Clendenen, Jr.

New Haven Legal Assistance Association (Connecticut) cites this as one of its Cited as notable cases.
424 U.S. 319 (1976)
Civil
NC

Donald E. Earls argued the cause for respondent. With him on the briefs was Carl E. McAfee.

J. Albert Woll, Laurence Gold, and Stephen P. Berzon filed a brief for the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations et al. as amici curiae urging affirmance. David A. Webster filed a brief for Caroline Williams as amicus curiae.
AZ

Richard B. Collins (DNA People’s Legal Services) argued the cause for appellant. With him on the briefs were Donald Juneau and Theodore R. Mitchell.

Harry R. Sachse argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae urging reversal. With him on the brief were Solicitor General Griswold, Assistant Attorney General Frizzell, Deputy Solicitor General Wallace, Edmund B. Clarke, and Carl Strass. Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed by Charles A. Hobbs for the National Congress of American Indians; by David H. Getches for the Native American Rights Fund; and by Samuel W. Murphy, Jr., and William C. Pelster for Montana Inter-Tribal Policy Board. Mr. Hobbs, Pierre J. LaForce, and R. Don Mahan filed a brief for the Estate of Rose Mason as amicus curiae.
444 F.2d 1353 (7th Cir. 1971), vacated, 406 U.S. 914 (1972)
Civil
IL

Gordon H.S. Scott, Robert W. Bennett, Thomas P. Humphrey, Chicago, Ill., for appellants.

Fixed. AWH: Atty affiliations?
327 F.Supp. 759 (D. Or 1971), aff'd, 404 U.S. 803, rehearing denied, 404 U.S. 961
Civil
OR

Charles J. Merten, Portland, Or., Robert P. Vogel, Denver, Colo., Robert J. Altman, John H. Clough, Douglas S. Green, Legal Aid Service, Portland, Or., for plaintiffs.

All done
384 U.S. 436 (1966)
Criminal
AZ

John J. Flynn argued the cause for petitioner in No.759. With him on the brief was John P. Frank. Victor M. Earle III argued the cause and filed a brief for petitioner in No. 760. F. Conger Fawcett argued the cause and filed a brief for petitioner in No. 761. Gordon Ringer, Deputy Attorney General of California, argued the cause for petitioner in No. 584. With him on the briefs were Thomas C. Lynch, Attorney General, and William E. James, Assistant Attorney General.

Anthony G. Amsterdai, Paul J. Mishkin, Raymond L.Bradley, Peter Hearn and Melvin L. Wulf filed a brief for the American Civil Liberties Union, as amicus curiae, in all cases.
431 U.S. 494 (1977)
Criminal
OH

Leonard Young argued the cause for appellee. With him on the brief was Henry B Fischer. (Legal Aid Society of Cleveland)

Melvin L. Wulf and Benjamin Sheerer filed a brief for the American Civil Liberties Union and American Civil Liberties Union of Greater Cleveland as amicus curiae urging reversal.
Suggested by Colleen Cotter.
FL

Eric Schznapper argued the cause for petitioner. With him on the briefs were Jack Greenberg, James M. Nabrit III, M. Donald Drescher, and Leonard Helfand. (NAACP Legal Defense Fund)

Stewart A. Raymond Randolph, Jr., argued the cause pro hac vice for the United States as amicus curiae urging reversal. With him on the brief were Solicitor General Griswold, Assistant Attorney General Wood, Alan S. Rosenthal, and Greer S. Goldman. Edward Donald Foster, Richard A. Hesse, and Blair C. Shick filed a brief for the National Consumer Law Center, Inc., as amicus curiae urging reversal.
NJ

Attorneys not listed anywhere.

New Jersey Welfare Rights Organization.
NY

Dennis R. Yeager (National Employment Law Project) argued the cause and filed briefs for appellees in both cases.

Steven J. Cole and Henry A. Freedman filed a brief for the National Welfare Rights Organization et al. as amici curiae urging affirmance in both cases.
422 U.S. 563 (1975)
Civil
FL

Bruce J. Ennis, Jr., (American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU) argued the cause for respondent. With him on the brief was Morton Birnbaum.

Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed by E. Barrett Prettyman, Jr., for the American Psychiatric Assn.; by Francis M. Shea, Ralph J. Moore, Jr., John Townsend Rich, James F. Fitzpatrick, Kurt W. Melchior, Harry J. Rubin, Sheridan L. Neimark, and A. L. Zwerdling for the American Association on Mental Deficiency; and by June Resnick German and Alfred Berman for the Committee on Mental Hygiene of the New York State Bar Assn. William J. Brown, Attorney General, and Andrew J. Ruzicho and Barbara J. Rouse, Assistant Attorneys General, filed a brief for the State of Ohio as amicus curiae.
527 U.S. 581 (1999)
Civil
GA

Michael H. Gottesman Atlanta Legal Aid Society argued the cause for respondents. With him on the brief were Steven D. Caley, Susan C. Jamieson, and David A. Webster.

Irving L. Gornstein argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae urging affirmance. With him on the brief were Solicitor General Waxman, Acting Assistant Attorney General Lee, Deputy Solicitor General Underwood, Jessica Dunsay Silver, and Gregory B. Friel.

Case beginning: Sue Jamieson, who was an attorney at the Atlanta Legal Aid Society, filed a lawsuit on behalf of Lois and then later added Elaine for supports to be provided in the community.

Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the American Association on Mental Retardation et al. by Alan M. Wiseman, Timothy Y.K. Armstrong, and Ira A Burnim; for the American Civil Liberties Union et al. by Laurie Webb Daniel and Steven R. Shapiro; for the American… [unfinished in US Reports].
262 Ore. 375, 498 P.2d 757, affirmed, 410 U.S. 656 (1973)
Civil
OR

On the Oregon Supreme Court case: John A. Strait, Portland, and D. Richard Fischer, Eugene, for the petition. (No attorneys listed for SCOTUS case.)

442 U.S. 584 (1979)
Civil
GA

John L. Cromartie, Jr., (Georgia Legal Services) reargued the cause for appellees. With him on the brief on the original argument was Gerald R. Tarutis.

Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed by William B. Spann, Jr., John H. Lashly, and Daniel L. Skoler for the American Bar Association; by Stephen P. Berzon, Marian Wright Edelman, and Paul R. Friedman for the American Orthopsychiatric Association et al.; by Joel I. Klein for the American Psychiatric Association et al.; by Robert L. Walker for the Child Welfare League of America; by Stanley C. Van Ness for the Department of the Public Advocate, Division of Mental Health Advocacy of New Jersey; and by Robert S. Catz for the Urban Law Institute. Solicitor General McCree, Assistant Attorney General Days, Brian K. Landsberg, and Mark L. Gross filed a brief for the United States as amicus curiae.
402 U.S. 637 (1971)
Civil
AZ

Anthony B. Ching (Legal Aid Society of Pima County) argued the cause and filed a brief for petitioners.

Briefs of amici curiae were filed by David A. Binder, Raine Eisler, and Paul L. McKaskle for the Western Center on Law and Poverty et al., and by William D. Browning for the National Organization for Women.
421 U.S. 707 (1975)
Civil
VT

Richard S. Kohn (Vermont Legal Aid) argued the cause and filed a brief for appellees in both cases.

Fixed
NJ

George Charles Bruno argued the cause and filed a brief for petitioners. (Newark Legal Services Project,)

Solicitor General Griswold, Deputy Solicitor General Friedman, Keith A. Jones, Wilmot R. Hastings, Edwin Yourman, and Arthur Abraham filed a brief for the United States as amicus curiae urging reversal.
457 U.S. 202 (1982)
Civil
TX

Peter D. Roos (Harvard Center for Law and Education) argued the cause for appellees in No. 80-1538. With him on the brief were Larry Daves and Vilma S. Martinez. Peter A. Schey (Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, LAFLA) argued the cause for appellees in No. 80-1934. With him on the briefs were Al Campos, Larry Mealer, and Jane Swanson.

Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance in both cases were filed by James J. Orlow for the American Immigration Lawyers Association; by Samuel Rabinove for the American Jewish Committee; by Bill Lann Lee for the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund; by the Edgewood Independent School District; by Peter B. Sandmann for the Legal Aid Society of San Francisco; by Michael K. Suarez for the Mexican American Bar Association of Houston; by Robert J. Kenney, Jr., for the National Education Association et al.; by Fred Fuchs for Texas Impact; and by Daniel Marcus and John F. Cooney for the Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law et al. Thomas M. Griffin filed a brief for the California State Board of Education as amicus curiae urging affirmance in No. 80-1538. Briefs of amici curiae in No. 80-1934 were filed by Joyce D. Miller for the American Friends Service Committee et al.; and by Gwendolyn H. [457 U.S. 202, 205] Gregory, Thomas A. Shannon, and August W. Steinhilber for the National School Boards Association.
287 U.S. 45
Criminal
AL

Mr. Walter H. Pollak, with whom Messrs. Carl S. Stern and George W. Chamlee were on the brief, for petitioners. (Born in 1887 in New Jersey, Pollak graduated from Harvard Law School in 1910. In 1912, he joined the firm Simpson, Warren, and Cardozo, where he worked with BENJAMIN N. CARDOZO before Cardozo left in 1914 to become a New York Court of Appeals judge. Later Pollak became partner in the firm of Englehard and Pollak. Walter Heilprin Pollak was a lawyer and civil libertarian who is credited with convincing the U.S. Supreme Court to first adopt the INCORPORATION DOCTRINE, which the Court has used to extend most of the provisions of the BILL OF RIGHTS to limit actions by state and local governments.

318 F. Supp. 289 (N.D. Ill. 1970), affirmed, 403 U.S. 901 (1971)
Civil
IL

Sheldon Roodman, Community Legal Counsel, Chicago, Ill., for plaintiffs.

Not to be confused with 7th Circuit consideration in 1974 of later permutation of case.
397 U.S. 397 (1970)
Civil
NY

Lee A. Albert (Center for Social Welfare Policy and Law) argued the cause for petitioners. With him on the brief were Carl Rachlin and Martin Garbus.

Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed by Alan H. Levine, Melvin L. Wulf, Eleanor Holmes Norton, and Martin M. Berger for the New York Civil Liberties Union et al.; by Karl D. Zukerman, Dorothy Coyle, and Mildred Shanley for the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York et al.; and by Floyd Sarisohn for People for Adequate Welfare.
TX

Arthur Gochman argued the cause for appellees. With him on the brief was Mario Obledo (Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, MALDEF).

Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed by David Bonderman and Peter Van N. Lockwood for Wendell Anderson, Governor of Minnesota, et al.; by Robert R. Coffman for Wilson Riles, Superintendent of Public Instruction of California, et al.; by Roderick M. Hills for Houston I. Flournoy, Controller of California; by Ramsey Clark, John Silard, David C. Long, George L. Russell, Jr., Harold J. Ruvoldt, Jr., J. Albert Woll, Thomas E. Harris, John Ligtenberg, A. L. Zwerdling, and Stephen I. Schlossberg for the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore et al.; by George H. Spencer for San Antonio Independent School District; by Norman Dorsen, Marvin M. Karpatkin, Melvin L. Wulf, Paul S. Berger, Joseph B. [411 U.S. 1, 5] Robison, Arnold Forster, and Stanley P. Hebert for the American Civil Liberties Union et al.; by Jack Greenberg, James M. Nabrit III, Norman J. Chachkin, and Abraham Sofaer for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.; by Stephen J. Pollak, Ralph J. Moore, Jr., Richard M. Sharp, and David Rubin for the National Education Assn. et al.; and by John E. Coons for John Serrano, Jr., et al. Briefs of amici curiae were filed by Lawrence E. Walsh, Victor W. Bouldin, Richard B. Smith, and Guy M. Struve for the Republic National Bank of Dallas et al., and by Joseph R. Cortese, Joseph Guandolo, Bryce Huguenin, Manly W. Mumford, Joseph H. Johnson, Jr., Joseph Rudd, Fred H. Rosenfeld, Herschel H. Friday, George Herrington, Harry T. Ice, Cornelius W. Grafton, Fred G. Benton, Jr., Eugene E. Huppenbauer, Jr., Harold B. Judell, Robert B. Fizzell, John B. Dawson, George J. Fagin, Howard A. Rankin, Huger Sinkler, Robert W. Spence, Hobby H. McCall, James R. Ellis, and William J. Kiernan, Jr., Bond Counsel.
394 U.S. 618 (1969)
Civil
CT, DC, PA

Archibald Cox argued the cause for appellees in all three cases on the reargument. With him on the brief were Peter S. Smith and Howard Lesnick (Neighborhood Legal Services of DC). Brian L. Hollander argued the cause pro hac vice for appellee in No. 9 on the original argument. With him on the brief were Norman Dorsen and William D. Graham. Mr. Smith argued the cause for appellees in No. 33 on the original argument. With him on the brief were Joel J. Rabin, Jonathan Weiss, and Joseph F. Dugan. Thomas K. Gilhool (Community Legal Services, Philadelphia) argued the cause pro hac vice for appellees in No. 34 on the original argument. With him on the brief were Harvey N. Schmidt, Paul Bender, and Mr. Lesnick.

Briefs of amici curiae in support of appellee in No. 9 were filed by Arthur L. Schiff for Bexar County Legal Aid Association; by Eugene M. Swann for the Legal Aid Society of Alameda County; and by A. L. Wirin, Fred Okrand, Laurence R. Sperber, and Melvin L. Wulf for the American Civil Liberties Union et al. Brief of amicus curiae in support of appellees in No. 33 was filed by John F. Nagle for the National Federation of the Blind. Briefs of amici curiae in support of appellees in all three cases were filed by J. Lee Rankin and Stanley Buchsbaum for the City of New York; by Joseph B. Robison, Carlos Israels, and Carl Rachlin for the American Jewish Congress et al.; and by Charles L. Hellman and Leah Marks for the Center on Social Welfare Policy and Law et al.
416 U.S. 251 (1974)
Civil
CO

Tom W. Armour (Denver Legal Aid) argued the cause for respondent. With him on the brief were James W. Kin, Steven J. Cole, and Henry A. Freedman. (Center for Social Welfare Policy and Law)

405 U.S. 645 (1972)
Civil

Patrick T. Murphy argued the cause and filed a brief for petitioner. (Josh Gupta-Kagan, “Stanley v. Illinois’s Untold Story”, 24 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 773 (2016): “Murphy was a self-described activist leading Chicago’s new Juvenile Legal Aid Society.”)

Jonathan Weiss and E. Judson Jennings filed a brief for the Center on Social Welfare Policy and Law as amicus curiae urging reversal. Calvin Sawyier and Richard L. Mandel filed a brief for the Child Care Association of Illinois, Inc., as amicus curiae.
466 U.S. 668 (1984)
Criminal
FL

Richard E. Shapiro argued the cause for respondent. With him on the brief was Joseph H. Rodriguez.

Richard J. Wilson, Charles S. Sims, and Burt Neuborne filed a brief for the National Legal Aid and Defender Association et al. as amici curiae urging affirmance.
Could add more on importance later, but OK.
493 U.S. 521 (1990)
Civil
PA

Richard P. Weishaupt argued the cause for respondents. With him on the briefs were Jonathan M. Stein and Thomas D. Sutton. (Community Legal Services, Philadelphia)

Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts et al. by James M. Shannon, Attorney General of Massachusetts, and Suzanne E. Durrell and Judith Fabricant, Assistant Attorneys General, Don Siegelman, Attorney General of Alabama, Douglas B. Baily, Attorney General of Alaska, Robert K. Corbin, Attorney General of Arizona, John Steven Clark, Attorney General of Arkansas, Clarine Nardi Riddle, Acting Attorney General of Connecticut, Charles M. Oberly III, Attorney General of Delaware, Herbert O. Reid, Sr., Acting Corporation Counsel for the District of Columbia, and Charles L. Reischel, Deputy Corporation Counsel, Neil F. Hartigan, Attorney General of Illinois, Linley E. Pearson, Attorney General of Indiana, Thomas J. Miller, Attorney General of Iowa, Robert T. Stephan, Attorney General of Kansas, William J. Guste, Jr., Attorney General of Louisiana, J. Joseph Curran, Jr., Attorney General of Maryland, Hubert H. Humphrey III, Attorney General of Minnesota, William L. Webster, Attorney General of Missouri, Marc Racicot, Attorney General of Montana, Robert M. Spire, Attorney General of Nebraska, John P. Arnold, Attorney General of New Hampshire, Robert Abrams, Attorney General of New York, Ernest D. Preate, Jr., Attorney General of Pennsylvania, James E. O’Neil, Attorney General of Rhode Island, Roger A. Tellinghuisen, Attorney General of South Dakota, Charles W. Burson, Attorney General of Tennessee, Jim Mattox, Attorney General of Texas, R. Paul Van Dam, Attorney General of Utah, Jeffrey L. Amestoy, Attorney General of Vermont, and Joseph B. Meyer, Attorney General of Wyoming; for the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry et al. by Leonard S. Rubenstein; for the American Medical Association et al. by Carter G. Phillips, Elizabeth H. Esty, Jack R. Bierig, and Stephan E. Lawton; for the National Easter Seal Society et al. by Robert E. Lehrer; for Pennsylvania Protection and Advocacy et al. by Janet F. Stotland and Robin Resnick; for the Children’s Defense Fund et al. by Alice Bussiere, Marilyn Holle, and James D. Weill; and for the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives by Robert E. Rains and Nancy G. Shor. James Bopp, Jr., and Thomas J. Marzen filed a brief for the Medical Issues Task Force of the United Handicapped Federation et al. as amici curiae.
401 U.S. 395 (1971)
Criminal
TX

Norman Dorsen (American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU) argued the cause for petitioner. With him on the briefs were Peter Sanchez-Navarro, Jr., and Stanley A. Bass.

Allan Ashman filed a brief for the National Legal Aid and Defender Association as amicus curiae urging reversal.
404 U.S. 282 (1971)
Civil
IL

Michael F. Lefkow argued the cause and filed briefs for appellants in No. 70-5021. M. James Spitzer, Jr., argued the cause pro hac vice for appellants in No. 70-5032. With him on the briefs was Melvin B. Goldberg. (Legal Assistance Foundation of Chicago)

Under the Supremacy Clause, the states do not have the option of denying AFDC benefits to needy dependent children between the ages of 18 and 21 who attend a college or university while granting these benefits to those who attended high school or a vocational training school.
564 U.S. 431 (2011)
Civil
SC

Seth P. Waxman, Paul R.Q. Wolfson, Catherine M.A. Carroll, Sonya L. Lebsack, Shiva Prasad Nagaraj, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr; Derek J. Enderlin, Ross & Enderlin; Kathrine Haggard Hudgins, South Carolina Commission on Indigent Defense.

Briefs of amici curiae in Support of Petitioner were filed by American Bar Association; Constitution Project; Elizabeth G. Patterson, South Carolina Appleseed Legal Justice Center; Center for Family Policy and Practice; National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Brennan Center for Justice; National Legal Aid & Defender Association; Southern Center for Human Rights; American Civil Liberties Union; Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia; Children’s Law Center; DC Appleseed Center for Law and Justice; National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty.
409 U.S. 434 (1973)
Civil
NY

Kalman Finkel argued the cause for appellee. With him on the brief was Leon B. Polsky. (Kras obtained free legal representation from attorneys at the Legal Aid Society in New York City.)

412 U.S. 441 (1973)
Civil
CT

John A. Dziamba (Connecticut Legal Services) argued the cause for appellees. With him on the brief was Douglas M. Crockett.

Leonard J. Schwartz filed a brief for the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio, Inc., as amicus curiae urging affirmance.
133 F.Supp. 2d 549
Civil
MI

Thomas K. Gilhool (argued and briefed), Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, Jennifer R. Clarke (argued and briefed), Kelly L. Darr (briefed), Robin P. Sumner (briefed), Jacob I. Kobrick (briefed), Dechert, Price & Rhoads, Philadelphia, PA.

Marilyn T. Mullane (briefed), Michigan Legal Services, Detroit, MI, Lourdes A. Rivera (briefed), National Health Law Program Inc., Los Angeles, CA, Thomas K. Gilhool (argued and briefed), Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, Jennifer R. Clarke (argued and briefed), Kelly L. Darr (briefed), Robin P. Sumner (briefed), Jacob I. Kobrick (briefed), Dechert, Price & Rhoads, Philadelphia, PA, Susan K. McParland (briefed), Michigan Association for Children, Southfield, MI, Martha Jane Perkins (briefed), National Health Law Program, Chapel Jill, NC, for Plaintiffs-Appellants. Erwin Chemerinsky (briefed), Los Angeles, CA, David T. Goldberg, David T. Goldberg Law Office, New York, NY, Phyllis James (briefed), City of Detroit Law Department, Detroit, MI, James L. Feldesman (briefed), Feldesman, Tucker, Leifer, Fidell & Bank LLP, Washington, DC, Larry S. Gage (briefed), Barbara D.A. Eyman (briefed), Charles Luband (briefed), Aimee N. Wall (briefed), Powell, Goldstein, Frazer & Murphy, Washington, DC, Drew S. Days, III (briefed), Morrison & Foerster, Washington, DC, Fordham E. Huffman (briefed), Chad A. Readler (briefed), Jones, Day, Reavis, & Pogue, Columbus, OH, Timothy P. Heather (briefed), Benjamin, Yocum & Heather, Cincinnati, OH, Richard Clayton Trotter (briefed), Texas Justice Foundation, San Antonio, TX, for Amici Curiae. Mark B. Stern (briefed), Alisa B. Klein (argued and briefed), U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Division, Appellate Section, Washington, DC, for Intervenor. Patrick W. Beatty (briefed), Rebecca L. Thomas (briefed), Robert C. Maier (briefed), Darrell M. Pierre, Jr. (briefed), Office of the Attorney General of Ohio, Columbus, OH, for Amici Curiae.
397 U.S. 280 (1970)
Civil
CA

Peter E. Sitkin (San Francisco Neighborhood Legal Assistance Foundation) argued the cause for appellants. With him on the briefs were Steven J. Antler and Charles Stephen Ralston.

Solicitor General Griswold, Assistant Attorney General Ruckelshaus, and Robert V. Zener filed a brief for the United States as amicus curiae urging affirmance. Thomas L. Fike filed a brief for the Legal Aid Society of Alameda County as amicus curiae.
350 F.2d 445 (D.C. Cir. 1965)
Civil
DC

Mr. Pierre E. Dostert, Washington, D. C., counsel for appellants in No. 18,605, argued for all appellants. Mr. R. R. Curry, Washington, D. C., for appellant in No. 18,604.

Mr. Gerhard P. Van Arkel (appointed by this court), Washington, D. C., as amicus curiae.
400 U.S. 309 (1971)
Civil
NY

Jonathan Weiss (Mobilization for Youth Legal Services) argued the cause for appellee. With him on the brief was David Gilman.

Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed by Stephen F. Gordon and Ernest Fleischman for the Social Service Employees Union Local 371, AFSCME, AFL-CIO, and by Lois P. Sheinfeld for the Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County.
434 U.S. 374 (1978)
Civil
WI

Robert H. Blondis argued the cause and filed briefs for appellee. (Milwaukee Legal Services represented Red Hail.)

Terry W. Rose filed a brief for the Wisconsin Civil Liberties Union Foundation, Inc., as amicus curiae urging affirmance.