FantasySCOTUS is the leading Supreme Court Fantasy League. Thousands of attorneys, law students, and other avid Supreme Court followers make predictions about cases before the Supreme Court. Participation is free and Supreme Court geeks can win cash prizes up to $10,000.

FantasySCOTUS was founded in 2009 by Professor Josh Blackman (South Texas College of Law). In its first five seasons, more than 25,000 lawyers, academics, law students, and members of the public have participated in the tournament.

FantasySCOTUS has been featured in New York Times, CNN.com, WSJ Law Blog, VOX, ABA Journal Magazine, Reason Magazine, Freakonomics Blog, Yahoo News, and many other leading publications.

Even Justice Stephen G. Breyer applauded the public interest in the Supreme Court from FantasySCOTUS, noting:

The more the public knows about the court, the better.

Justice Breyer on FantasySCOTUS.

FantasySCOTUS is now operated by LexPredict, a legal analytics and service provider, founded by Professor Michael J. Bommarito (MSU Law) and Professor Daniel Martin Katz (MSU Law).

LexPredict has developed a revolutionary algorithm that can accurately predict Supreme Court cases. We call it {MARSHALL}+, after Chief Justice John Marshall. {Marshall}+ was able to predict every case decided since 1953 at 70% accuracy. Building on our work, LexPredict is exploring the use of experts, crowds, and algorithms to generate more accurate forecasts.

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Meet Our Team

Mike Bommarito
Chief Executive Officer, LexPredict
Adjunct Professor of Law, Michigan State University

Daniel Martin Katz
Chief Strategy Officer, LexPredict
Associate Professor of Law, Illinois Tech - Chicago Kent College of Law

Josh Blackman
Director of Judicial Research, LexPredict
Assistant Professor of Law, Houston College of Law