SLF files amicus brief urging Supreme Court to strike down high school race-based admissions policy and to hold the Department of Education accountable to its duties.
Southeastern Legal Foundation files federal FOIA lawsuit against the National Archives and Records Administration seeking then-Vice President Joe Biden’s nearly 5,400 pseudonym emails.
SLF supports Supreme Court petition to end bias reporting systems and bias response teams on college campuses.
SLF files an amicus brief urging the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to protect educators’ First Amendment rights.
Settlement award ends multi-year lawsuit filed by private property ownes challenging Nashville’s unconstitutional sidewalk law. This comes on the heels of a recent ruling by the Sixth Circuit found that Nashville’s law violated the Fifth Amendment by taking property without compensating the landowner.
SLF calls on the Supreme Court to restore constitutional balance in the federal government.
SLF files amicus brief urging the Supreme Court to rein in federal agencies and protect fishermen from government overreach.
SLF files comment with National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) warning against setting speed limits on recreational boaters without constitutional authority.
In a landmark decision ending affirmative action, Supreme Court rules that considering an applicant’s race in college admissions violates the Equal Protection Clause.
16 states and 20 organizations submit amicus briefs supporting brave educators represented by Southeastern Legal Foundation challenging anti-racist training and $313k attorney fee penalty
In a show of overwhelming support for the First Amendment and two brave educators represented by SLF, 16 states led by the State of Missouri and 20 organizations submitted 11 amicus briefs to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit in Henderson v. Springfield Public Schools.
Court overturns lower court ruling in favor of Nashville’s sidewalk mandate. Property owners represented by Southeastern Legal Foundation.
Following SLF’s legal demand, UWM updates its bias reporting website to comply with the First Amendment.