A long standing Law School tradition, the annual trivia contest gives students and faculty members a much needed break from the sometimes less (and sometimes more) trivial pursuit of the law. Starting during Winter Quarter, student teams of four compete against each other in subjects ranging from Madonna to mitosis, and everything in between. Then, the victorious team is pitted against a group of feisty faculty in a heated and widely attended match of trivia wits. With students and faculty alike satisfying their competitive desires, the contest is as fun for spectators as it is for participants (except that participants have the opportunity to win bragging rights over the faculty). All students in the Law School are encouraged to participate, no matter how many, or how few, random and obscure facts are scattered in their brains.