Bloomberg Law becomes exclusive sponsor of SCOTUSblog
Bloomberg Law announced Monday an agreement with the SCOTUSblog where it will become the exclusive sponsor of the blog that covers the Supreme Court.
Goldstein writes, “The sponsorship represents a tremendous public service by Bloomberg Law. It allows us to improve and expand the information we distribute about the Court. We now have four full-time staff. Along with our reporter Lyle Denniston, Amy will devote almost all her time to editing and directing the blog; Kali and Kiera have converted to full-time blog employees.
“We also of course have many part-time contributors. One very significant new addition is former Wall Street Journal Supreme Court reporter Steve Wermiel, whose first bi-monthly column on the Court for law students appears today.
“Bloomberg Law is a tremendous legal-research service to which our own firm subscribes. But everything that SCOTUSblog has consistently provided to readers for free (for example, Supreme Court briefs) will stay free, including when we link to documents on Bloomberg Law. We also retain full editorial control over the blog.
“Substantively, we are continuing our transition to more expert coverage. Last Term, we published symposia with leading commentators, as well as coverage of individual cases from professors like Ronald Mann and Orin Kerr. This Term, we have commitments from many more prominent academics to take responsibility for merits cases in their fields of expertise. So we expect that the quality of our analysis will improve considerably.”
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