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?