Briefly: Deadlines are Tight for Filing Amicus Briefs

By Eric Magnuson and Charlie Gokey

March 22, 2022

We have written about further review in the Minnesota Supreme Court on a number of occasions. The court grants only 10-12% of petitions for review (PFRs). See What are the odds of reaching the Minnesota Supreme Court, Eric Magnuson and Kelvin Collado (Minnesota Lawyer, July 15, 2019). The cases the court takes generally raise issues of statewide importance.

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Eric J. Magnuson


Chair, Appellate Practice
Pronouns: he/his

Charlie Gokey

Former Partner

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