Fantasy League Update

This week’s flurry of decisions brought points to four of the league’s five teams.  The Gavels of the State Public Defender’s Office tightened their grip on first place with a ten-point performance (briefs and oral arguments in both Winnebago County v. J.M. and State v. Hager), while the Writs moved past the idle Affirmed into second place on the strength of a five-point performance by Pines Bach (brief and oral argument in Deutsche Bank v. Wuensch).  Not only did the Affirmed fall into third place, they had to share this position with the Waivers, who picked up five points from a brief and oral argument by Henak Law Office in State v. McAlister.  Even the Citations joined the action, though the one point that they gained from an amicus brief in Winnebago County v. J.M., furnished by Godfrey & Kahn, was not enough to threaten the other competitors.

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Alan Ball is a Professor of History at Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI.

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