Thursday, March 28, 2013
Tomorrow's Guest Blogger is Alberto Bernabe, Professor at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago. After graduating from law school, Alberto Bernabe clerked for Justice Federico Hernandez-Denton of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico. He later entered private practice, specializing in personal injury, mass disaster litigation, and general media law practice.
Before joining the faculty at The John Marshall Law School in 1992, Professor Bernabe was a teaching fellow at Temple University, where he taught Mass Media Law and collaborated in teaching Torts, Products Liability, and Legal Ethics. He also teaches frequently as a visiting professor at the University of Puerto Rico Law School.
Professor Bernabe teaches Torts and Professional Responsibility and has published articles on many different topics, including the rules of professional conduct, journalism ethics, the Socratic method of teaching, the concept of the marketplace of ideas, tort reform, Puerto Rican tort law, and the relationship between the media and the judicial system.