The Counsel shall intervene or appear as amicus curiae under section 288e of this title only when directed to do so by a resolution adopted by the Senate when such intervention or appearance is to be made in the name of the Senate or in the name of an officer, committee, subcommittee, or chairman of a committee or subcommittee of the Senate.
2 U.S. Code § 288b. Requirements for authorizing representation activity
(a) Direction of Joint Leadership Group or Senate resolution
(b) Civil action to enforce subpena
(c) Intervention or appearance
(d) Immunity proceedingsThe Counsel shall serve as the duly authorized representative in obtaining an order granting immunity under section 288f of this title of—
the Senate when directed to do so by an affirmative vote of a majority of the Members present of the Senate; or
(e) Resolution recommendations