SCOTUS Fantasy League Debuts

Posted on Categories U.S. Supreme Court

Hey, Supreme Court buffs, think you can handicap the high court’s cases better than you can Packers games?  If so, you might want to join the Premier Supreme Court Fantasy League.  As detailed in this post on the WSJ Law Blog, participants gets points for accurately predicting not only the bottom-line outcome of cases, but also the breakdown of Justices on each side.  Top point-gainer at the end of the term is declared Chief Justice.

Hat tip to 1L Timothy Shortess.

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