Marcia Coyle, whose start as a U.S. Supreme Court reporter coincided with the doomed nomination of Robert Bork more than three decades ago, is retiring from American Lawyer Media.

Coyle, a regular guest on “PBS Newshour,” where she speaks about the latest news and issues before the justices, has covered some of the nation’s most impactful decisions while giving readers a behind-the-scenes glimpse of how the nation’s highest court, and its nine justices, operate.

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