Man sneaks a look at a woman's laptop computer screen. What do you mean you’re going to work for a Big Four accounting firm?

“No man in this country is so high that he is above the law.” Great words by the U.S. Supreme Court indeed, but only 13 percent of last week’s quiz takers knew that the sentence came from U.S. v. Lee, an 1882 case over Robert E. Lee’s property being appropriated by the United States for what is now Arlington National Cemetery.

Fifty-four percent guessed it came from 1974′s U.S. v. Nixon, and 23 percent thought it was penned in Marbury v. Madison from 1803. Eleven percent thought it was from Clinton v. Jones.

On the other end of the spectrum, 85 percent knew that a trademark battle involving the unusual spelling of a naughty word, “FUCT,” involved a clothing brand.

This week we have questions on the big LGBT case taken up by the high court, former White House Counsel Don McGahn, Bill Cosby’s former law firm, an alleged fake lawyer and a movie character who claims to be a lawyer’s “dream client.”

Good luck!