The 2022-23 Fantasy League Medalists

This season did not lack surprises.  Last year’s runaway champion, the Waivers, tumbled to third place, while the Writs—45 points off the pace a year ago—held off a late charge from the Gavels of the State Public Defender’s Office to claim the 2022-23 title.

The awards banquet last week honored not only the Writs but also several law firms that contributed at least 20 points to their teams’ performances.  Each team had one such star, though none could match the luster of von Briesen & Roper, which delivered 34 points to the Waivers.  Next came Habush, Habush & Rottier, leading the Writs with 21 points, part of an impressively balanced array of scoring that enabled the Writs to triumph this year.  Axley Brynelson delivered 20 points to the Affirmed but received little help from the remainder of the roster, thus consigning the Affirmed to the bottom of the standings.

The following table provides totals for each team and every individual law firm.

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