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 could be done for under $1,000.  We started our research, read through all the rules, called the Supreme Court clerk, and then found Aaron Greenspan’s blog, entitled Petitioning Rube Goldberg’s Supreme Court.  Armed with those answers, we decided to go on a different path than Aaron did — find the right paper, use good ol’ Microsoft Word, put the paper in the printer, print, and bind.  And that we did.  Now we want to leverage that hard work for you.