Editor-in-chief — Ross E. Davies
Executive editors — Adam Aft & Craig D. Rust
Contributing editor — Benjamin A. Gianforti
Student editors — Justin Collins, Jenna Coons,
Justin Du Mouchel, Jeremy Greenberg, Tashina Harris,
Daniel Rodriguez & Sarah Snider
Editorial experts on particular Sluggers are as follows:
Samuel A. Alito, Jr. — Daniel Rodriguez
Abe Fortas — Jenna Coons
Arthur Goldberg — Adam Aft
James Iredell — Ross E. Davies
John G. Roberts, Jr. — Craig D. Rust
Antonin Scalia — Benjamin A. Gianforti
John Paul Stevens — Craig D. Rust
John Allston Sargent III
Samuel A. Alito, Jr., Abe Fortas, Arthur Goldberg, James Iredell, Marvin Miller, Sandra Day O'Connor, Antonin Scalia & John Paul Stevens
John G. Roberts, Jr.
Cards & Stats
“Supreme Court Sluggers” cards are creations of the Green Bag. They are supposed to be useful and entertaining. Useful by (a) presenting interesting information about the work of the Supreme Court of the United States, and (b) serving as a reason for us to gather (and share) the data behind those presentations so that others may build on our work. Entertaining by providing small, amusing-but-respectful links between the world of law and the world of sport.
We make Sluggers cards for the joy of it, and then we give them away. We do not sell them. If you get one, we hope you enjoy having it as much as we enjoyed making it. We make no promises about when we will make them or who will get them. Indeed, we are avowedly and aggressively arbitrary and capricious about distribution. So, there is no way to lock-in a Slugger. If you want to buy one, your best bets are law school public interest charity auctions and eBay.
The paintings by John Sargent and Alec Spangler that are featured on the front of every Sluggers card are in the collection of the Supreme Court of the United States.