The Stanford Law School Supreme Court Litigation Clinic is co-counsel for Edith Windsor before the Supreme Court, regarding Windsor’s Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) challenge. Windsor was the plaintiff in yesterday’s Second Circuit opinion finding Section 3 of DOMA unconstitutional. For a detailed description of the ruling and the resulting procedural posture of the case, please see Lyle Denniston’s posting in SCOTUS Blog. Yesterday’s Second Circuit ruling may be found here.
Update as of March 22, 2013:
There are several litigation efforts related to Edith Windsor and her DOMA challenge. For an overview of all the cases, please see Scotusblog’s DOMA section.
The Supreme Court Litigation Clinic filed this Petition For Writ Of Certiorari (PDF) in Windsor v. United States (12-63).
The Supreme Court’s docket file in Windsor v. United States is here.
Scotusblog’s case page on Windsor v. United States is here.
Filings in United States v. Edith Schlain Windsor (12-307) can be found on the Supreme Court’s website here.
Scotusblog’s case page on United States v. Windsor is here.