Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Another CAAFlog contest

No one won the last CAAFlog contest -- which called for contestants to find a public web site on which the latest issue of the Naval Law Review is accessible. (By the way, it still isn't on the Naval Justice School's web site or in the Navy JAG web site's reading room. Nor is it available on LEXIS. Thank goodness we don't have to worry about the Naval Law Review falling into the hands of the Russians.)

Since no one won that contest, I'll recycle its prize: either a CAAFlog t-shirt or Justice Scalia's A Matter of Interpretation: Federal Courts and the Law. The contest is our recurring "When will CAAF's first opinion of the term be released?" pool. (I guess a pool also fits into tonight's NCAA/C Double A F leitmotif.)

I'll get the bidding going by picking the date on which CAAF issued its first opinion last year: 27 November 2007. You may enter by adding a comment to this post with your prediction not later than 2359 on Friday, 23 November or when the first CAAF decision comes out, whichever comes first. In case of a tie (say if the date of the opinion is equidistant from the two closest predictions), whichever prediction was posted first wins.

8 comments:

Guert Gansevoort said...

November 30th.

John O'Connor said...

December 3 (2007)

Anonymous said...

November 29

Abe Froman said...

November 28

wade.faulkner said...

December 4.

egn said...

December 7th.

Anonymous said...

January 9
-C

Marcus Fulton said...

January 2. And I volunteer to deliver the prize to a winning anonymous contestant.