Tony Mauro is Supreme Court correspondent for Legal Times, American Lawyer Media and law.com. He joined ALM in January 2000 after covering the Supreme Court for USA TODAY and Gannett News Service for the previous 20 years. Mauro is also a legal correspondent for the First Amendment Center.
Mauro received a bachelor's degree in political science from Rutgers University, and a master's degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
He is the author of Illustrated Great Decisions of the Supreme Court, published in its second edition in December 2005 by Congressional Quarterly Press. He also has written several law review articles and contributed chapters to four books: A Year in the Life of the Supreme Court, which received the American Bar Association's Silver Gavel Award; Reason and Passion, on Justice William Brennan Jr.; The Burger Court, edited by Bernard Schwartz, and A Year at the Supreme Court.
Mauro’s 1998 stories on Supreme Court law clerks won a certificate of merit from the American Bar Association. In March 2001 and November 2005, Washingtonian magazine included Mauro on its list of the top 50 journalists in Washington.
Mauro also serves on the steering committee of the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and the advisory board of the World Press Freedom Committee.
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