Color Me Legal


The ABA Journal’s new book about the U.S. Supreme Court is not the dense and stuffy tome you might expect.

It’s the first SCOTUS-centric publication to come with its own box of crayons.

The ABA Journal U.S. Supreme Court Coloring and Activity Book was created by the Journal’s own Jenny B. Davis, known in the office as an assistant managing editor and at home simply as “Mom.” The 32-page book is filled with easy activities and simple line drawings of famous justices like Thurgood Marshall, Louis Brandeis and every member of the current court. Kids—or their yet-to-be-nominated parents—can even draw themselves as a justice. Former Solicitor General Ted Olson calls it “a colorful introduction to a cherished American institution.”

The court may not be televised, but now it can be colorized. You can order your copy here. You can also print out two sample PDF pages: of Sandra Day O’Connor and John Marshall.

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