Tony Mauro

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Tony Mauro is an American journalist and author who has covered the United States Supreme Court since 1979, most recently for The National Law Journal and other ALM publications.[1]

Mauro began covering the Supreme Court for Gannett News Service and USA Today. He joined Legal Times in 2000. Since Legal Times merged with The National Law Journal in 2009, he has continued as the publication's Supreme Court correspondent. He is the author of several books about the Supreme Court, including "Illustrated Great Decisions of the Supreme Court" (2006)[2] and "Landmark Cases: 12 Historic Supreme Court Decisions" (2015).[3]

In 2001 and 2005, Washingtonian magazine listed Mauro among the Top 50 journalists in Washington, D.C.[4][5]


  1. ^ First Amendment Center Archived 2008-07-25 at the Stanford Web Archive
  2. ^ "Illustrated Great Decisions of the Supreme Court (CQ Press 2006)". Retrieved 2018-06-19.
  3. ^ "Landmark Cases: 12 Historic Supreme Court Decisions". Retrieved 2018-06-19.
  4. ^ Washingtonian - March 1, 2001
  5. ^ Washingtonian - Dec. 1, 2005

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