Judge Cannon Grants Landmark and
Tillman’s Request To Participate In Oral Arguments

Judge Cannon Grants Landmark and
Tillman’s Request To Participate In Oral Arguments

This week, Judge Cannon granted Landmark and Professor Seth Barrett Tillman request to present arguments in support of its amicus brief seeking to declare Special Counsel Jack Smith’s appointment unconstitutional. Landmark and Tillman argue that Smith is not an “Officer of the United States.” At most, his temporary position is characterized as a mere “employee.”

For the Special Counsel to exercise the powers he is exercising, he must be an officer. And to be an officer, a position must have continuity. The Special Counsel is something else – an employee – because his position is not continuous.

The hearing is scheduled for June 21st. Check back here for updates.

Read our amicus brief here.

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Landmark’s roots can be found in the Reagan Revolution.  Ronald Reagan’s Administration was one of the most effective presidencies of the 20th century.  It changed the trajectory of American history by confronting the Communist bloc abroad and challenging the liberal orthodoxy of domestic policy at home.

President Reagan’s second Attorney General of the United States, Edwin Meese III, implemented Reagan’s vision at the Department of Justice.  Ed Meese, who is a long-serving member of Landmark’s board of directors, promoted constitutional originalism, individual rights, and free markets.  The Reagan Revolution’s impact on the law and the judiciary is still felt today.

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