The U.S. Supreme Court is kind of a big thing to many lawyers (and Americans). Did you know there's a whole blog devoted the Court? SCOTUSblog (an acronym for Supreme Court of the United States) is a journalistic site that has comprehensive, up-to-the-minute news reporting on all Supreme Court activities. It also posts pleadings and opinions in cases if you ever need a quick and easy way to track those documents down.
Bloomberg Law and SCOTUSblog have now partnered together to offer a contest that could win you up to $5,000. Pick up to four of your closes Moritz law pals, register as a team by February 28, then try to outsmart the experts at predicting the outcomes of judicial decisions this coming March.
The contest site offers some research suggestions and tips, but feel free to stop by the library for additional suggestions on resources that might help you win!