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Biden v. Nebraska & Department of Education v. Brown
Amici curiae are professors at law schools throughout the United States. Amici’s expertise encompasses student-financial-assistance programs under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, consumer finance, administrative and constitutional law, modes of statutory interpretation, and the development of the major questions doctrine. Amici have a strong interest in assisting this Court in resolving questions of law that go to the core of their professional expertise and scholarship, namely, the scope of the Department of Education’s authority to provide relief to borrowers and the development of this Court’s statutory interpretation methodology, particularly in the context of its precedent concerning the major questions doctrine.
Foohey, Pamela, "Brief of Legal Scholars as Amici Curiae in Support of Petitioners" (2023). Amicus Briefs. 14.