These are exciting times we live in. Our opinions matter. I don’t need to refer to any freedoms or Amendments to back that belief up. All I need to do is refer to the news. After months of odd Eva Longoria commercials, Lays has finally decided to let us choose: Sriacha, Chicken and Waffles, or Cheesy Garlic Bread.
Last week, the SCOTUSblog and Bloomberg opened up a challenge for those who care to give their opinions on issues that contain more substance than crunch. The Supreme Court Challenge is a competition for law students to see who can predict outcomes for a set number of merits cases and cert petitions. Prizes are sizable sums with a bonus if you manage to beat the SCOTUSblog team.
Finally, if you haven’t done so already, you should exercise your right to choose the winner for Week 3 of the Millies. The people have already spoken and John Beckwith & Jeremy Grey from Wedding Crashers took home Best Mediation/Negotiation. Vincent Gambini from My Cousin Vinny took Best Courtroom Scene in a breakaway victory last week. This week it’s all about the Most Promising Law/Pre-Law student. Voting closes on Friday at noon so choose soon.Tags: Bloomberg, Choices, Lays, SCOTUSblog, The Millies