• Printing a petition for writ of certiorari?

    Rule 33(1)(c) of the Rules of the Supreme Court of the United States requires briefs to be printed
    on paper that is 6 1/8 by 9 1/4 inches in size, and not less than 60 pounds in weight.
    The cover shall consist of 65-pound weight paper. The Court
    prefers saddle stitch or perfect binding.
    WE HAVE THE SUPPLIES YOU NEED!

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  • Can't find the paper in your local office supply?

    Us, either. There is not an office supply store in the United States that sells paper that is suitable for preparing petitions to the Supreme Court of the United States...until now. We teamed with significant paper mills across the nation to custom produce paper for this exact application.

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  • Why?

    We had a petition to prepare, of course! And we were looking at the available options. There are several typesetters who will do this work for you, but they charge over $1500. As fewer than 30% of petitions for writ of certiorari are even considered, this just didn't make sense. So, as they say, necessity was the mother of this invention. Simply buy, print, bind, and ship! Don't forget your 40 copies to the Court and 3 to every other party!

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  • Glad you should ask. The principal of Supreme Court Paper is a former lawyer who was involved in some litigation, and had practiced in multiple appellate courts, but never the Supreme Court.  A case came around where it made sense to file a petition for writ of certiorari if that
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  • Only you can decide that.  But we're here to make that decision easier.  If you are looking at risking over $2,000 just to file your petition, plus whatever you are forgoing in a potential settlement, the decision is very different than if you are looking at risking less than $750
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  • It's entirely up to you.  But here are the considerations. Saddle stitch is harder to print, easier to bind.  Perfect binding is easier to print, harder to bind.  For perfect binding, your regular printer that can print up to 8.5"x11" paper will do the trick.  You'll just adjust the guides
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  • Perfect Binding


    Our Perfect Binding kits are are designed to work on any laser or inkjet printer:

    6.125" x 9.25" 60 pound white paper
    6.125" x 9.25" 65 pound white cover stock

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  • Saddle Stitch


    Our Saddle Stitch kits are are designed to work on any large-sized laser or inkjet printer:

    12.25" x 9.25" 60 pound white paper
    12.25" x 9.25" 65 pound white cover stock

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