Atlantic Legal Foundation is a leader among public interest law firms and associations in promoting school choice through the legal system. Atlantic Legal’s work in this area is focused on supporting charter schools. A major part of this effort is publishing and updating a series of state law guides, written by nationally known labor law attorneys, to educate charter school leaders about what they need to know to deal with efforts by public employee unions to burden charter schools with intrusive union work rules that stifle innovation. The Foundation also occasionally provides legal counsel to and represents charter schools and charter school advocates, always on a pro bono basis.

School Choice Amicus Briefs

ALF Advocates For School Choice In Supreme Court

Carson v. Makin, No. 20-1088 (Supreme Court) (merits stage)

September 9, 2021

Yoga For Exercise Is Not Religious

Sedlock v. Baird, No. D064888 (Court of Appeal of the State of California Fourth Appellate District, Division One)

October 16, 2014

Is a Government Entity’s Rule That Impedes the Flow of Essential and Accurate Information From School Officials to Parents Constitutional?

Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association v. Brentwood Academy, (Supreme Court) (merits stage)

March 8, 2007

Public School Blames Problems on Charter School

In the Matter of Grant of Renewal Application of The Red Bank Charter School, (Sup. Ct. N.J.)

April 15, 2003

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