Our resource library contains an extensive set of educational materials, resources for women and advocates, public comments and testimony, and model curricula, in addition to an archive of historical documents reflecting the work we have produced in the field of women's rights over our 50 year history.
Amicus ("Friend of the Court") Briefs
We have made historic and enduring contributions to the rights and opportunities available to women, often accomplished through participation in cases as amicus curiae ("friend of the court"). Amici are groups or individuals who are not parties to the case but have particular expertise in the issues at its heart. They bring their expertise to the court in the form of an amicus brief to inform the court’s deliberations. A record of the historic collection of amicus ("friend of the court") briefs that we have authored or joined from 1971 through the present are available here across a wide breadth of issue areas, including violence against women, reproductive justice, equal access to education, public benefits, immigrant rights, and many others.