Prospective amici curiae are scholars and practitioners of United States Constitutional law. Together, Amici have substantial experience researching, publishing, teaching, and litigating in the field of Constitutional law, particularly on the constitutional right of access to the courts. Amici have a strong interest in ensuring that immunity does not infringe on individual constitutional rights, specifically the fundamental right of access to the courts. They submit their brief in support of Plaintiffs-Appellants’ position that immunity should not be accorded to the Defendants-Appellees in this case, where doing so would unconstitutionally impinge on Plaintiffs-Appellants’ fundamental right of access to the courts.
Brief of Constitutional Law Scholars and Practitioners as Amici Curiae In Support of Plaintiffs-Appellants and Supporting Reversal,Georges v. United Nations, Docket No. 15-00455 (Second Circuit 2015)