Conservative Organizations working on Judicial Nominations
There are tons of pseudo-conservative groups that pay close attention to judicial nominations, but there are only a few that are involved in nitty-gritty strategizing. As far as I can tell, the three specialist groups are Kay Daly's Coalition for a Fair Judiciary, Sean Rushton's Committee for Justice, and Jay Sekulow's American Center for Law and Justice. C. Boyden Gray's network of interlocking organizations works on the issue, as does wildcard Manny Miranda. And then, of course, there is the Federalist Society, in all its illuminati glory.
They use right wing media to test out their talking points, notably Human Events and the Washington Times. Such a small universe is not hard to get a grasp on, and there's gold in them there gutters.