Thursday, March 11th
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Forchelli Center, Feil Hall
There will be a full-size game board, jeopardy, double jeopardy and final jeopardy daily doubles; questions will be the answers, and answers must be in the form of a question.
The first two year categories included: Civil Procedure, Criminal Law, Torts, Legal Research and Writing, Property Pot Pourri, Contracts, Pro and Con Law, “E”vidence, Ethics, Corporations, Law and Lawyers in Song, Organized Crime Cinema, Copyright, Military Justice Movies, Which or Who Came First, Grisham’s Law, U.S. Solicitors General, International Law, The Tax Collector, Immigration Law, Blues and Country Justice, Statutory Acronyms, Administrative Law, New York Family Law, International Tribunals, Law and Literature, Cinema Criminal Defenders, Potent Quotables, Copyright, BLS Environs, UCC Potpourri, U.S. Const. Amendments, Civil Side Cinema, New York Statutes Abbreviated, Law and Lawyers in Song, Movie Law and Order, Supreme Court Justices, International Tribunals, and Trusts and Estates.
In 2008, the team of Professor Minor Myers and Jordan Elsas ̓08 won the inaugural event. In 2009, Professor Myers reclaimed the championship, with Jigjang Liu ‘10.
To play Jeopardy on-line, go to www.sonypictures.com and click on the “games” tab.