So how did your Fantasy Football League do this past season? What about your Supreme Court Fantasy League?
Wait, what?
Yes, you heard me right.
FantasySCOTUS is a free online Supreme Court Fantasy League. Last year, over 5,000 attorneys, law students and other avid Supreme Court followers made predictions about all cases that the Supreme Court decided. On average, members of the league correctly predicted the cases nearly 60 percent of the time and accurately predicted that Elena Kagan would be nominated as the 100th Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. Justin Donoho, who received the highest score out of 5,000+ members, was nominated and confirmed as the inaugural Chief Justice of FantasySCOTUS.
FantasySCOTUS is brought to you by the Harlan Institute. The Harlan Institute’s mission is to bring a stylized law school experience into the high school classroom to ensure that our next generation of leaders has a proper understanding of our most fundamental laws. By utilizing the expertise of leading legal scholars and the interactivity of online games, Harlan will introduce students to our Constitution, the cases of the United States Supreme Court and our system of justice. Harlan’s long-term strategic goal is to develop condensed law school courses that can be taught at no cost in high schools across the country using engaging online programs.
For more information, check out this video:
[youtube=]Blake Wilson, Instructional & Research Services Librarian