Ga. R. Sup. Ct. 23

As amended through February 1, 2024
Rule 23 - Amicus Curiae Briefs
(1) Amicus curiae briefs in support of any party may be filed without leave of the Court within ten days after that party's initial brief, petition, or application is due.
(2) Amicus curiae briefs in support of neither party may be filed without leave of the Court within ten days after the response or reply brief is due.
(3) Amicus curiae briefs may be filed thereafter only with leave of the Court. An application for leave to file an amicus curiae brief shall be filed in the form of a motion and shall attach the proposed brief as Exhibit 1.
(4) Amicus curiae briefs shall disclose the identity and interest of the persons on whose behalf the brief is filed. The Court may strike or deny any amicus curiae brief that could result in the disqualification of a Justice or if the amicus curiae brief does not aid in the consideration of the issues presented on appeal.
(5) Amici curiae do not have standing to file motions for reconsideration, but may submit briefs in support of a motion for reconsideration made by a party.

Ga. R. Sup. Ct. 23

Adopted October 13, 2023, revised November 9, 2024, amended November 16, 2023, amended December 15, 2023, effective 1/1/2024.