Bloomberg Law to Sponsor Award-Winning Website That Provides Public Access to Supreme Court Coverage
NEW YORK -- Bloomberg Law, the legal research system from the world leader in data and information services, and SCOTUSblog, the highly regarded online resource dedicated to comprehensive coverage of the United States Supreme Court, today announced that they have entered into an exclusive sponsorship agreement.
Bloomberg Law will support SCOTUSblog’s mission to provide independent, complimentary and high-quality coverage of issues pertaining to the Court and allow the Site to expand the wide- ranging, unbiased content created by its respected staff and contributors.
“SCOTUSblog’s comprehensive and impartial examination of the Supreme Court is an important public resource and Bloomberg Law is proud to support their ability to bring this content to the public, free of charge via the Web,” said Lou Andreozzi, chairman of Bloomberg Law.
“Bloomberg Law’s support will allow us to reach new readers and give existing readers new features and enhanced information. Most importantly, it will allow us to expand the resources we provide like the significant upgrade of the new SCOTUSblog platform launching today, without charge and with the same independence and high ethical standards for which we are known,” said Tom Goldstein, SCOTUSblog founder and publisher.
Bloomberg Law and SCOTUSblog plan to collaborate on new features designed to help law students learn about the Supreme Court and will work together to develop symposia, webinars and other events for business and legal professionals. The content available on the SCOTUSblog website will also be made available on Bloomberg Law, and SCOTUSblog publisher Tom Goldstein will provide exclusive business analysis for Bloomberg Law.
About Bloomberg Law Bloomberg Law is the real-time legal research system that integrates innovative search technology, comprehensive legal content, company and client information, and proprietary news all in one place. This collaborative workspace also includes a suite of new tools for more effective legal analysis and more productive client development. For more information, visit BloombergLaw.com.
About SCOTUSblog SCOTUSblog is devoted to comprehensively covering the U.S. Supreme Court. Established in 2002 by Tom Goldstein and Amy Howe (who remain as the blog’s Publisher and Editor, respectively), the blog provides coverage of individual cases, a daily aggregation of Supreme Court writings, archives, and analytic features to a readership of attorneys, law students, academics, business leaders and the general public.
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