Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 2022
This conference is hosted by the NAAG Center for Supreme Court Advocacy
The NAAG annual Seminar on Supreme Court Practice is a two-day seminar, Wednesday, Nov. 30 – Thursday, Dec. 1 in Washington, District of Columbia, on how to effectively practice in the United States Supreme Court. It begins at the Court with observation of oral arguments. Panels of experienced Supreme Court practitioners will then address oral argument, preparing petitions for writs of certiorari and oppositions thereto, writing merits briefs, and the amicus brief process.
An agenda at a glance is available here.
Registration is now closed.
U.S. Supreme Court Bar Member Information & Courtroom Seating Arrangements
The registration process will require U.S. Supreme Court bar members to provide their legal name, including middle initial, and birth date, as well as SCOTUS bar number, if available. Court security will confirm bar membership in advance of the conference. We will hand out bar passes to attendees the day of the conference. Please note that registrants are not required to be a U.S. Supreme Court bar member to attend the seminar.
Due to bar section seating limitations in the Court, a portion of the eligible Supreme Court bar members will be seated in the bar section; all others will be seated in the area located immediately behind the bar section. The bar section seats will be assigned in order of online registration information.
NAAG’s room block at the Capital Hilton has now closed. Please contact the hotel directly about booking a room reservation.
NAAG will apply for CLE for eligible attendees per CLE accrediting body guidelines.
Accessible Event Planning
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