Defending Individual Liberty, Free Enterprise & Sound Science Since 1977

The Atlantic Legal Foundation advocates in the nation’s appellate courts for individual liberty, free enterprise, property rights, limited and efficient government, sound science in judicial and regulatory proceedings, and school choice.

About Atlantic Legal Foundation

Founded in 1977, the Atlantic Legal Foundation is a national, nonprofit, public interest law firm whose mission is to advance the rule of law by advocating for individual liberty, free enterprise, property rights, limited and efficient government, sound science in judicial and regulatory proceedings, and school choice. With the benefit of guidance from the legal scholars, corporate legal officers, private practitioners, business executives, and prominent scientists who serve on its Board of Directors and Advisory Council, the Foundation pursues its mission by participating as amicus curiae in carefully selected appeals before the Supreme Court of the United States, federal courts of appeals, and state supreme courts.

Our Mission Areas

Individual Liberty

Free Enterprise

Property Rights

Limited Government

Sound Science

School Choice

ALF Amicus Curiae Program

With the benefit of guidance from the legal scholars, corporate legal officers, private practitioners, business executives, and prominent scientists who serve on its Board of Directors and Advisory Council, the Foundation pursues its mission primarily by participating as amicus curiae in carefully selected appeals in the Supreme Court of the United States, federal courts of appeals, and state appellate courts.

Latest Amicus Briefs from Atlantic Legal Foundation

Amicus Brief Urges Supreme Court To Review Constitutionality of Mandatory Bar Dues That Subsidize Political Speech

ALF Urges Supreme Court To Review Junk Science “Talc” Litigation

ALF Amicus Brief Argues That Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied

ALF Enters Video Game Battle

NAM & ALF File Joint Amicus Brief Challenging California Donor Disclosure Requirement

ALF Amicus Brief Argues That Sound Science – Not The “Precautionary Principle” – Belongs In The Courtroom

Latest News from Atlantic Legal Foundation

Courts Adjudicating Product Liability Suits Should Not Second-Guess Federal Regulatory Agencies’ Health & Safety Determinations

Proposed Amendment To Federal Rules of Evidence Would Return Judicial Gatekeepers To the Gatehouse

Supreme Court Agrees With ALF That California Law Compelling Disclosure of Nonprofit Donors Is Unconstitutional

Law360 Quotes ALF On Mandatory Bar Dues That Subsidize Political Speech

ALF Quoted On Significance of Supreme Court Opinion In Climate-Change Litigation

Expert Analysis/Opinion: Keep Junk Science Away From Juries

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