Law Firm Fantasy League

The past few days delivered more points to the league than any previous week of season.  Leading the way were the Writs with 27 points, followed by the Waivers (20 points), the Gavels of the State Public Defender’s Office (15 points), and the Affirmed (9 points).  A number of individual firms scored multiple times, as detailed below.

The Writs: 27 points.
Godfrey & Kahn, two points for an amicus brief and oral argument in Friends of Frame Park, U.A. v. City of Waukesha.
Legal Action of Wisconsin, one point for an amicus brief in State v. Chrystul D. Kizer.
Hurley Burish, three points for a brief in County of Dane v. PSC of Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, 10 points for a brief, oral argument, and favorable outcome in Richard Teigen v. Wisconsin Elections Commission.
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, five points for a brief and oral argument in Jeffrey Becker v. Dane County.
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, five points for a brief and oral argument in John Doe 1 v. Madison Metro School District.
Pines Bach, one point for an amicus brief in John Doe 1 v. Madison Metro School District.

The Waivers: 20 points.
Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren, one point for an amicus brief in County of Dane v. PSC of Wisconsin.
Hawks Quindel, one point for an amicus brief in State v. C. G.
Quarles & Brady, 10 points for a brief, oral argument, and favorable outcome in John Doe 1 v. Madison Metro School District.
Boardman & Clark, eight points for a brief and favorable outcome in John Doe 1 v. Madison Metro School District.

The Gavels of the State Public Defender’s Office: 15 points.
10 points for a brief, oral argument, and favorable outcome in State v. Chrystul D. Kizer.
Five points for a brief and oral argument in State v. C. G.

The Affirmed: 9 points.
Foley & Lardner, one point for an amicus brief in State v. Chrystul D. Kizer.
Foley & Lardner, one point for an amicus brief in John Doe 1 v. Madison Metro School District.
Stafford Rosenbaum, five points for a brief and oral argument in Richard Teigen v. Wisconsin Elections Commission.
Stafford Rosenbaum, one point for an amicus brief in Jeffrey Becker v. Dane County.
Conway, Olejniczak & Jerry, one point for an amicus brief in Richard Teigen v. Wisconsin Elections Commission.

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About Alan Ball

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

alan.ball@marquette.edu

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