Book Chapters

Cristina Tilley, "Boyles v. Kerr," with Lisa R. Pruitt, in Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Tort Opinions, edited by Martha Chamallas and Lucinda M. Finley. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2020, at 261, 30 pages.

Articles

Cristina Carmody Tilley, "A New Private Law of Policing," 89 Brooklyn Law Review 367 (2024), 76 pages.

Cristina Carmody Tilley, "Impaired, in Pairs," 73 DePaul Law Review 657 (2024), 47 pages.

Cristina Carmody Tilley, "The First Amendment and the Second Sex," 65 Arizona Law Review 161 (2023), 62 pages.

Cristina Carmody Tilley, "Just Strict Liability," 43 Cardozo Law Review 2317 (2022), 68 pages.

Cristina Carmody Tilley, "Private Law, Public Law, and the Production of American Virtue," 115 Northwestern University Law Review Online 270 (2020), 21 pages.

Cristina Carmody Tilley, "(Re)Categorizing Defamation," 94 Tulane Law Review 435 (2020), 85 pages.

Cristina Carmody Tilley, "Supreme Court Journalism: From Law to Spectacle?" with Barry Sullivan, 77 Washington & Lee Law Review 343 (2020), 110 pages.

Cristina Carmody Tilley, "The Tort of Outrage and Some Objectivity about Subjectivity," 12 Journal of Tort Law 283 (2019), 78 pages.

Cristina Carmody Tilley, "Tort Law Inside Out," 126 Yale Law Journal 1320 (2017), 87 pages.

Cristina Carmody Tilley, "Tort, Speech, and the Dubious Alchemy of State Action," 17 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 1117 (2015), 66 pages.

Cristina Carmody Tilley, "I am a Camera: Scrutinizing the Assumption that Cameras in the Courtroom Furnish Public Value by Operating as a Proxy for the Public," 16 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 697 (2013), 42 pages.

Cristina Carmody Tilley, "Rescuing the Dignitary Torts from the Constitution," 78 Brooklyn Law Review 65 (2012), 58 pages.

Cristina Carmody Tilley, "Reviving Slander," 2011 Utah Law Review 1025, 61 pages.

Cristina Carmody Tilley, "A Feminist Repudiation of the Rape Shield Laws," 51 Drake Law Review 45 (2002), 36 pages.

Cristina Carmody Tilley, Comment, "Applying a 'Persona Test' for Newsgathering Privilege to Food Lion v. Capital Cities/ABC," 93 Northwestern University Law Review 1287 (1999), 41 pages.