Definition Edit

Amicus curiae (a Latin term that means "a friend of the court") is

advice formally offered to the court in a brief filed by an entity interested in, but not a party to, the case.[1]

References Edit

  1. U.S. Courts, Glossary of Legal Terms (full-text).

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