Sunday, January 31, 2010

Fantasy SCOTUS

For both those who don't follow sports but wish they had fantasy teams to brag about and those who are addicted to owning fantasy sports teams, a federal district court clerk brings us Fantasy SCOTUS. In Fantasy SCOTUS, players try to predict the outcomes of pending U.S. Supreme Court cases, the splits (5-4, 7-2, etc.), and the justices in the majority and minority in each case.

(hat tip to the Con. Law Prof Blog)

Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

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