CHRISTINA KONINGISOR portrait
  • Associate Professor, College Of Law - Dean

Publications

  • Public Undersight, 106 Minnesota Law Review (forthcoming 2022). Accepted, 01/2022.
  • Secrecy Creep, 129 University of Pennsylvania Law Review (forthcoming 2021). Published, 01/2021.
  • Transparency Deserts, 114 Northwestern University Law Review 1461 (2020). Published, 01/2020.
  • The De Facto Reporter’s Privilege, 127 Yale Law Journal 1176 (2018). Published, 01/2018.

Presentations

  • Public Undersight, Freedom of Expression Scholars’ Conference, Yale Law School (April 2021), Information Society Project, Yale Law School (April 2021) Privacy Law Scholars Conference (June 2021) . Presentation, Presented, 03/2021.
  • Secrecy Creep, Freedom of Expression Scholars’ Conference, Yale Law School. Presentation, Presented, 10/2020.
  • Transparency Deserts, Freedom of Expression Scholars’ Conference, Yale Law School. Presentation, Presented, 04/2020.
  • Electronic Monitoring in Practice (with Catherine Crump and Kate Weisburd), Juvenile Defender Leadership Summit (Oct. 2017), Privacy Law Scholars’ Conference, Berkeley Law School (June 2017) . Presentation, Presented, 10/2017.
  • The De Facto Reporter’s Privilege, Freedom of Expression Scholars’ Conference, Yale Law School (April 2017), Yale Law Journal Contemporary Scholarship Reading Group, Yale Law School (Oct. 2017), Information Society Project, Yale Law School (Nov. 2017). Presentation, Presented, 04/2017.

In the Media

The De Facto Reporter’s Privilege Imperiled, The Forum, Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University (April 17, 2018) 
 
How We Describe Sexual Assault: Times Journalists and Lawyers Respond, The New York Times (Oct. 31, 2017) (one of four contributors)
 
Electronic Monitoring Isn’t Kid-Friendly, The Sacramento Bee (July 20, 2017) (coauthored with Catherine Crump and Kate Weisburd) 
 
Suing Over a Prayer, The Atlantic (Nov. 5, 2013)