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October 31, 2005
New BusinessWeek feature focuses on ScotusBlog
Every week we'll be recommending an interesting or useful blog to share with BusinessWeek readers. For the first installment of this series, I picked Scotusblog. It was one of many law blogs I reviewed, but seemed especially relevant now, because of the Supreme Court nominations.
Here's the item in the latest BW:
WHY READ IT: A rich clearinghouse on constitutional law. Scotus links to blogs, articles, and podcasts on the Supreme Court. A click carries readers to a sister site, The Supreme Court Nomination blog (sctnomination.com/blog), on the Harriet Miers dustup.
WHO'S BEHIND IT: Produced by the Washington law firm of Goldstein & Howe, whose specialists in Supreme Court cases add their own analysis.
NOTABLE POST: Details of legal wrangling as terror suspect Zacarias Moussaoui seeks to avoid the death penalty. "[P]ictures of thousands of victims would be kept out [of the first stage of a jury trial], giving Moussaoui what his lawyers hope would be a better chance of convincing the jury that he is not eligible for a death sentence."
For next week, I'm thinking of recommending AlwaysLowPrices, a blog about Wal-Mart. Any reason I should--or shouldn't?
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Tracked on October 31, 2005 03:01 AM
Stephen, (and Heather?)
I think the Walmart blog would be a good blog to showcase next week. It's very topical given that Nov 4th is the release date for Robert Greenwald's new movie "WAL-MART: The High Cost of Low Price".
(I am not affiliated in any way with film)
Posted by: Monk at October 31, 2005 02:30 AM
How does one throw their hat in the ring for blog consideration?
I have a political commentary/humor/photoshop blog that I would like to submit for your perusal and/or enjoyment:
Posted by: Monk at October 31, 2005 02:32 AM
I heard a comment yesterday to the effect that the railroads are the first to feel the pulse of the industry, in terms of a country's infrastructure. I believe that for topics such as the economy, "consumer" confidence et al, tracking Wal Mart is key.
Posted by: Niti Bhan at October 31, 2005 12:52 PM
have a look at www.terraincognita.ch a law blog in Europe.
It's very good blog that permit usual reader to understand some points of the law
Posted by: Pierre at October 31, 2005 01:57 PM