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Fantasy Courts asks players to predict how the Supreme Court will rule

Friday, June 22, 2018 @ 10:18 AM | By Carolyn Gruske

Forget basketball brackets, hockey pools and fantasy sports. Now Canadians can demonstrate their superior knowledge of Supreme Court decisions in an online fantasy court challenge.

Fantasy Courts is a website that was created by the team at Supreme Advocacy LLP in Ottawa. It grew out of informal discussions among members speculating on how the court would rule, explained partner Thomas Slade.

“A large part of our practice at Supreme Advocacy is focused on Supreme Court of Canada matters. It’s pretty common we’ll have clients asking us...