National Association of Attorneys General
NAAG Welcomes Supreme Court Fellows
The NAAG Supreme Court Fellows program gives state lawyers an opportunity to obtain direct and intensive hands-on exposure to Supreme Court practice. The Fellows come to D.C. for three- to four-month periods during the Court’s argument session. They watch oral arguments, participate in moot courts, prepare an amicus brief in a Supreme Court case, and draft the Report. The following fellows joined NAAG for the winter term:
Craig Feiser is the solicitor general in the Florida Office of the Attorney General. In that capacity, he handles civil appeals involving the state of Florida, the Florida Supreme Court, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals and the U.S. Supreme Court. He has held a variety of positions over the years that include serving as a law clerk to a circuit court judge and writing/editing for a daily newspaper. He holds a BA in journalism from Michigan State University. He also completed a law and mass communications dual program at the University of Florida College of Law/College of Journalism where he received his JD and master’s in mass communications.
Corey Maze is the solicitor general in the Alabama Office of the Attorney General. Previously, he was an assistant attorney general for five years from 2003-2008. During his tenure with the Alabama Office of Attorney General, he has presented arguments for appellate cases in the Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit, the Supreme Court of Alabama and the Alabama Court of Appeals. He was recognized for his outstanding work as the recipient of the Attorney General Award of Excellence in both 2005 and 2008. He is a graduate of Auburn University with a BA in criminal justice and he holds a JD from Georgetown University Law Center.