Introducing Guest Blogger Cristina Tilley
I am delighted to welcome as a guest blogger Professor Cristina Tilley. Professor Tilley is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Her teaching interests include media law, conflicts and torts, with a particular focus on the relationship between dignitary torts and free speech. After graduating from Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism, she was a reporter for several years, specializing in business and legal affairs at United Press International and other publications. Professor Tilley graduated from Northwestern University Law School, where she served as Editor in Chief of the Law Review. She clerked for Judge Richard D. Cudahy of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, and was a member of the Appellate Group at Mayer Brown.
Her recent scholarship includes:
- I am a Camera: Scrutinizing the Assumption that Cameras in the Courtroom Furnish Value by Operating as a Proxy for the Public, forthcoming in University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law (2013).
- Rescuing Dignitary Torts from the Constitution in 78 Brooklyn Law Review 65 (2012) (this is a superb piece–just finished reading it).
- Reviving Slander in 2011 Utah Law Review 1025 (2011).