amicus curiae

Definition of "amicus curiae"
  1. A non-party individual or organization that offers information to assist a court in deciding a matter before it
How to use "amicus curiae" in a sentence
  1. The nonprofit filed an amicus curiae brief in the controversial environmental lawsuit.
  2. The court welcomed the amicus curiae input from the prominent legal scholar.
  3. Due to their expertise in the relevant field, the society was allowed to present an amicus curiae brief.

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