Speech First, Inc. v. Sands
Southeastern Legal Foundation urges Supreme Court to stop universities from chilling expression through bias response teams.
Damiano v. Grants Pass School District
SLF filed an amicus brief supporting educators who were silenced by their school district for engaging in public discussions about students' and parents' fundamental rights.
Foster v. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
SLF files amicus brief calling on the Supreme Court to protect farmers from government overreach and restore constitutional balance.
Southeastern Legal Foundation v. National Archives and Records Administration
SLF files FOIA lawsuit against the National Archives and Records Administration seeking then-Vice President Joe Biden's nearly 5,400 pseudonym emails.
Loper Bright v. Raimondo
SLF urges Supreme Court to protect fishermen from unconstitutional government overreach.
Relentless, Inc. v. U.S. Department of Commerce
SLF filed an amicus brief supporting Relentless and Huntress, Inc., two small commercial fishing businesses, in their request that the Supreme Court to accept their case for review.
Henderson v. Springfield Public Schools
In the fall of 2020, Springfield Public Schools held a mandatory “equity” and "anti-racism" training for all of its employees. Brooke Henderson and Jennifer Lumley, two educators in SPS, bravely stepped forward and filed the first-in-the-nation lawsuit against the mandatory district-wide training as violating their First Amendment rights.
Knight v. Nashville
Lawsuit filed by two Nashville property owners to stop Nashville, Tennessee from unconstitutionally holding building permits hostage unless property owners build sidewalks or pay significant in-lieu fees.
State of Tennessee v. U.S. Department of Education
SLF filed an amicus brief supporting states suing the Biden administration over its unconstitutional Title IX guidance documents.
Keister v. Bell
SLF files an amicus brief with the Supreme Court urging it to hear challenge to the University of Alabama's unconstitutional censorship
SLF Public Comment: Discriminatory Race-Based Farm Loan Program
Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) has filed a formal comment urging USDA to stop discriminating on the basis of race and making recommendations regarding the implementation of a new federal spending program for farmers and ranchers.
1A – University of Maine
SLF calls for end to bias reporting system at the University of Maine.