Christine Corcos is the Richard C. Cadwallader and Judge Albert Tate Foundation Associate Professor of Law, Louisiana State University Law Center, and Associate Professor, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Louisiana State University. She teaches media law, entertainment law, gender and the law, the civil law of torts, privacy law, and law and society. She does research and writes in the areas of freedom of speech, freedom of religion, legal history, and law and the humanities. She is on the editorial board of the International Journal for the Semiotics of Law and on the advisory board of TechNomos: Law, Technology, Culture (Routledge Publishing). She is the creator and Editor in Chief of Hedgehogs and Foxes, (https://hedgehogsandfoxes.org/), an open-access website devoted to law and the humanities.
Her most recent book is The Media Method: Teaching Law With Popular Culture (Carolina Academic Press, 2019). Recent articles include Legal Uncertainties: COVID19, Bar Exams, and the Future of U.S. Legal Education (Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law (volume 8) and “I Am the Master”: Some Popular Culture Images of AI In Humanity’s Courtroom, 5 Savannah Law Review 45 (2018). Her current book project is a second volume of essays on law and magic to continue Law and Magic (published in 2010).