Catherine J. Cameron - Publications

Catherine J. Cameron

Professor of Law

B.A., University of Florida
M.A., University of Florida
J.D., University of Florida

Legal Drafting, Media Law Seminar, Research and Writing I and II


The Science Behind the Art of Legal Writing (2015) (co-author Professor Lance N. Long)


In the Eyes of the Law Student: Determining the Reading Patterns of Law Students with Eye-Tracking Technology, 45 Rutgers L. Rec. 39 (2017).

Reinvigorating U.S. Copyright Law with Attribution: How Courts Can Help Define the Fair Use Exception by Considering the Economic Aspects of Attribution, 2 Berkeley J. Ent. & Sports L. 130 (2013).

Fixing FOIA:  Pushing Congress to Amend FOIA Section b(3) to Require Congress to Explicitly Indicate an Intent to Exempt Records from FOIA in New Legislation, 28 Quinnipiac L. Rev. 855 (2010).

Jumping off the Merry-Go-Round: How the Federal Courts Will Reconcile the Circular Deference Problem between HIPAA and FOIA, 58 Cath. U. L. Rev. 333 (2009).

Teaching Every Student: A Demonstration Lesson that Adapts Instruction to Students' Learning Styles, 17 Persps. 161 (2009) (co-author Jeffrey J. Minneti).

Using Student Learning Preferences to Compare and Contrast Objective Memo Writing with Essay Exam Writing
, 22 Second Draft (Bull. of Leg. Writing Inst.) 10 (Spring 2008) (co-author Professor Jeffrey J. Minneti).

Not Getting to Yes: Why the Media Should Avoid Negotiating Access Rights, 24 Thomas Cooley L. Rev. 237 (2007).