We hope to have a complete set of the amicus briefs that have been filed in support of the respondents in Hollingsworth v. Perry  and respondent Edith Windsor in United States v. Windsor posted on the case pages soon.  Until then, here are the briefs we have collected thus far. If you have filed a brief and don’t see it here, we would be glad to add it if you email us an electronic copy or link.

Proposition 8 (12-144):

Brief for the United States

Brief for the State of California

Brief for Walter Dellinger

Brief for Massachusetts et al.

Brief for William Eskridge Jr. et al.

Brief for the California Teachers Association

Brief for the American Humanist Association

Brief for International Human Rights Advocates

Brief for California Professors of Family Law

Brief for Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom et al.

Brief for the Southern Poverty Law Center

Brief for NFL Players Chris Kluwe and Brendon Ayanbadejo

Brief for the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights et al.

Brief for Equality California

Brief for Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians & Gays (PFLAG)

Brief for Foreign and Comparative Law Experts

Brief for Garden State Equality

Brief for the Anti-Defamation League

Brief for Edward D. Stein et al. 

Brief for GLMA: Health Professionals Advancing LGBT Equality

Brief for Kenneth B. Mehlman

Brief for Bishops of the Episcopal Church of California et al. 

Brief for the Cato Institute and the Constitutional Accountability Center

Brief for Columbia Law School Sexuality and Gender Law Clinic 

 Brief for the American Psychological Association et al.

Brie for John A. Perez et al.

Brief for American Companies

Brief for Marriage Equality

Brief for Survivors of Sexual Orientation Changes Therapies

Brief for Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund

Brief for the National Center for Lesbian Rights

DOMA (12-307):

Brief for 172 Members of the House of Representatives and 40 Senators

Brief for former Senator Bill Bradley et al.

Brief for Bishops of the Episcopal Church of California et al.

Brief for the Cato Institute and the Constitutional Accountability Center

Brief for Gary J. Gates

Brief for the National Women’s Law Center et al.

Brief for Survivors of Sexual Orientation Changes Therapies

Brief for Scholars of the Constitutional Rights of Children

Brief for the American Bar Association 

Brief for the American Psychological Association

Brief for Constitutional Law Scholars

Brief for Nan Hunter, Suzanne Goldberg et al.

Brief for Former Cabinet Secretaries et al. 

Brief for Former DOJ Officials

Brief for Federalism Scholars

Briefs for Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington

Brief for the Center for Fair Administration for Taxes

Both Proposition 8 and DOMA

Brief for the American Jewish Committee

Brief for the Utah Pride Center et al.

Brief for Constitutional Law Scholars

Brief for the Family Equality Council et al. 

Brief for the American Sociological Association 

 

[Disclosure:  Tejinder Singh of the law firm Goldstein & Russell, P.C., whose attorneys work for or contribute to this blog in various capacities, was among the counsel on an amicus brief filed by international human rights advocates in support of the respondents in Hollingsworth v. Perry. Kevin Russell, also of Goldstein & Russell, filed an amicus brief on behalf of former senators in support of the respondents in United States v. Windsor.]

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Recommended Citation: Kali Borkoski, Updated: Amicus briefs in support of the Proposition 8 respondents and DOMA respondent Edith Windsor, SCOTUSblog (Mar. 1, 2013, 10:37 AM), http://www.scotusblog.com/2013/03/amicus-briefs-in-support-of-the-proposition-8-respondents/