Take Me Out to the Supreme Court

Even non-baseball fans know that there are a plethora of … umm, useful player statistics for the sport. At bats per home run. Blown saves. Strike outs per full moon. (Okay, I made that last one up.)

But there’s no reason America’s National Pastime should have all the fun, statistically speaking. From the most words spoken by a justice at oral argument (surprise, surprise, Justice Breyer is the leading scorer here), to the fastest turnaround on SCOTUS opinions, the Supreme Court has its own set of stimulating statistics.

Bloomberg BNA’s Kimberly Robinson and Patrick Gregory break down last term’s highest highs and lowest lows in another installment of Bench Brackets.


And don’t fall behind during the high court’s off season. Take a free trial to United States Law Week to stay up on the latest news.