It is my pleasure to introduce Professor Marcy Peek, who will be guesting with us for the next month. Marcy is a professor of law at Whittier and is currently a visiting professor at St. Louis University School of Law. Marcy teaches information privacy, Internet law, and contracts. She earned her B.A. from Yale University and her J.D. from Harvard Law School, where she served as notes editor on the Harvard Law Review. She clerked for the Honorable Michael Daly Hawkins of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and then practiced law at firms in California and New York.
In addition to several articles in the Encyclopedia of Privacy, Marcy has authored the following law review articles: Passing Beyond Identity on the Internet: Espionage and Counterespionage in the Internet Age, 28 Vermont Law Review 91 (2003) and Information Privacy and Corporate Power: Towards a Re-Imagination of Information Privacy Law, 37 Seton Hall Law Review 127 (2006). She has also authored a book chapter in a forthcoming book by Stanford University Press — her chapter is Beyond Contract: Utilizing Restitution to Reach Shadow Offenders & Safeguard Information Privacy. Additionally, she has written three pieces in the Harvard Law Review — two casenotes plus a note, which is entitled Finding a Place for the Jobless in Discrimination Theory, 110 Harvard Law Review 1609 (1997).