The Zoopreme Court Blog Shows the Wild Side of the Supreme Court

By: Michael Hines - Published: Mar 21, 2011 • References: & neatorama
The 'Zoopreme Court' blog is easily one of the best gifts the Internet has ever given. The Zoopreme Court was created by Dan Schofield and Alice DuBois, two artists with a passion for puns, law and animals. Those three passions collided to create the Zoopreme Court, a blog that should appeal to both law students and animal-lovers alike.

The Zoopreme Court is filled with hilarious drawings of Supreme Court justices in animal form. From Thurgood Marshvole to Henry Wrenquist, this blog is as clever as it is cute. The Zoopreme Court blog also spotlights landmark cases, making historic judgments like Roe v. Wade seem almost comical. I recommend the Zoopreme Court blog for anyone looking to brush up on their Supreme Court justices or for a simple laugh. By a vote of 5 to 4, it has been determined that most of you will be looking for the latter. Stats for Cuddly Judicial Sketches Trending: Older & Mild
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