In 2019, Josh Blackman re-launched FantasySCOTUS at https://fantasyscotus.net/.
The Supreme Court may be down to 8 Justices yet again, but the October 2018 Term has begun! And FantasySCOTUS officially returns today, Monday, October 1, 2018; you can create an account and start submitting predictions now.
Participants may play in any number of leagues, with the exception of the Law School League, in which only law students may participate. Cash prizes are only available to those playing in the Elect League.
- The Elect League – This league is open to all participants.
- Law School League – This league is only open to law students, defined as a student actively enrolled in an ABA-accredited law school.
- Custom Participant-Created Leagues – Participants may create and join private leagues.
Participants in Custom Leagues will be ranked within their leagues, as well as across all FantasySCOTUS participants. There are no cash prizes awarded for play within Custom leagues. The creators of these leagues will determine who may participate in their leagues.
The 2018 Term Begins
The 8 Justices argue 2 cases today, Weyerhaeuser Co. v. US Fish and Wildlife Service, and Mount Lemmon Fire District v. Guido. Join the FantasySCOTUS action by clicking the “Join Now” links on those pages or signing up on the FantasySCOTUS home page.
We will be announcing the format of our cash prizes a little later in the SCOTUS Term. We’d like to thank Fastcase for sponsoring last year’s prizes and another great season for FantasySCOTUS. Your participation can not only lead to winning a cash prize, but will also contribute to our ongoing work on the applications of crowdsourcing. Be sure to follow @LexPredict and @MarshallPlus on Twitter for updates on FantasySCOTUS.