Supreme Court Statistics

Client: Harvard Law Review

Completed: 2019

We helped the Harvard Law Review visualize their annual compilation of statistics about the previous year’s Supreme Court term. This project challenged us to present detailed datasets in a way that was accessible to both legal scholars and curious casual readers. We explored creative ways to represent the information, including by presenting the nine justices as a pyramid (with the justices placed approximately according to their ideological position, and the Chief Justice on top), and by letting users build their own 5-4 majorities to see which cases were decided by that combination of justices.

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