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A FantasySCOTUS League for the Lawyertariat (and anyone else who'd like to try).

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EVERYONE! Judging by the recent spate of posts on the subject, it appears to be the time of year when people start thinking about fantasy things. Fantasy baseball. Fantasy ovalvroom (Leftyturn and rightyturn variants alike). Fantasy numismatics. You get the picture.

Coincidentally, or not, I happened to be reminded of the strange and wonderful world of FantasySCOTUS, a new sort of fantasy game in which YOU predict how each Supreme Court Justice will vote on a given case. You don't get points for guessing the outcome of a case--you just get ten points for each Justice's vote you correctly predict. Here are the rules: http://www.fantasyscotus.net/league-rules/.

There are options for league structure. You can predict only cases within one of four categories: Constitutional Law, Business Law, Criminal Law, and International Law. Or you can do all of the cases. It might be possible to choose some number of cases from all categories, but I'm not sure.

This FanPost is for gauging interest and soliciting preferences for the league. If we get enough (say, eight or more), I'll set up a league. Have at it.

mnHorn

P.S.: If we need to supplement with meatspace friends, I'm certainly willing to entertain that option.

P.P.S.: My username is Footnote_Four.

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