Emory Amicus Group
Amicus: "a phrase that means friend of the court...someone who is not a party to the litigation, but who believes that the court's decision may affect its interest." — Justice William H. Rehnquist.
We are a group of nontraditional law students as well as the spouses/significant others of law students. The purpose of this group is to serve the students by providing a social organization and social outlet. If you really aren't concerned with the different types of homicide, if you are uninterested in whether or not a citation is properly "blue-booked", we may be an outlet for you. In addition, if you're a law student who feels that 11 pm is time to go home, rather than time to go out, we are here for you. To learn more about this group, click on the "About Us" link to the left. To learn more about our upcoming events, click "Events." To join our group (it's free!) and get on our mailing list, click on the "Join us" link.