Point of Law
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Point of Law is a game in the 3M bookshelf game series. It was designed by Michel Lipman and published in 1972. The game includes a book giving summaries of one hundred real-life court cases, each with four possible outcomes. The players discuss the case, then each decides which of the outcomes is correct, before the original court decision is revealed. Matching the original outcome gains the maximum points, but points are also awarded for other legally valid decisions.
The game is based on the radio show of the same name, first broadcast in 1952.
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