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Supreme Court of the United States

The Counsel Press Supreme Court Division specializes exclusively in the complex rules and procedures of the Supreme Court of the United States. We offer the highest quality professional Supreme Court brief printing available. We have worked with and printed legal briefs for all AM Law 100 firms. Our clients also include State Attorney Generals and Supreme Court clinics at leading law schools. Counsel Press’ portfolio of Supreme Court brief preparation, consultation and filing assignments includes a vast number of landmark cases. Some of the most recent ones are: Town of Greece v. Galloway, Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, United States v. Windsor and Hollingsworth v. Perry.

Counsel Press’ Supreme Court team of attorneys and appellate paralegals offer unparalleled knowledge of the Court’s rules, common practices and internal operating procedures. We not only know what the rules mean, but also how the Court interprets and enforces the rules. Our Supreme Court specialists know what must be done and when. When asked a question, other service providers will suggest a client to call a clerk. We have the answer ready for our clients.

Counsel Press’ professional Supreme Court brief printing services include:

• Petition for Writ of Certiorari.
• Brief in Opposition.
• Reply Brief.
• Merits Brief.
Amicus Curiae Brief.
• Camera Ready Brief.
• We also offer CD-ROM filings.

In addition to Counsel Press’ procedural expertise, our Supreme Court brief printing specialists assist clients with all technical aspects and mechanics of brief preparation from formatting to specialized typesetting to paper requirements. All briefs, prepared and printed by Counsel Press, are guaranteed to be in full compliance with the unique typesetting and printing guidelines of the Supreme Court.

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