Law Firm Fantasy League

So far this term, the court has filed only one decision—Rebecca Clarke v. Wisconsin Elections Commission—but this major case showered points on three of the league’s four teams.  Eight different firms scored, propelling the Writs (15 points) to an early lead, just ahead of the Waivers (12 points) and the Affirmed (10 points), as detailed below.

The Writs
Pines Bach, 10 points (brief, oral argument, and favorable outcome)

Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, 5 points (brief and oral argument)

The Waivers
Boardman & Clark, 8 points (brief and favorable outcome)

Bell Giftos St. John, 3 points (brief)
Hawks Quindel, 1 point (amicus brief)

The Affirmed
Stafford Rosenbaum, 8 points (brief and favorable outcome)

WMC Litigation Center, 1 point (amicus brief)
Wisconsin Justice Initiative, 1 point (amicus brief)

Click here for the complete standings.

 

About Alan Ball

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

alan.ball@marquette.edu

SCOWstats offers numerical analysis of the voting by Wisconsin Supreme Court justices on diverse issues over the past 90 years.

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