Terri R. Day
Professor of Law
BA, University of Wisconsin (Distinction)
MSSA, Case Western Reserve University (High Honors)
JD, University of Florida (High Honors)
LL.M., Yale University
Law & Psychiatry
Supreme Court in Review
Professor Terri Day was Editor-in-Chief of The Florida Law Review. After earning her JD degree, she served as Law Clerk to the Honorable Patricia C. Fawsett, U.S. District Court Judge, Middle District of Florida. Before beginning her academic career, Professor Day earned her LLM degree from Yale Law School. She is a member of the Florida Bar, is a former member of the Florida Bar Standing Committee on Professionalism, and she previously served as chair of an Unlicensed Practice of Law Committee. She is the Faculty Director of Barry Law’s Moot Court Program.
Professor Day teaches Constitutional Law, First Amendment, Torts, Professional Responsibility, Supreme Court in Review, and co-teaches Law and Psychiatry. She most frequently writes on constitutional law topics, and specifically the First Amendment. Her work has been published in numerous law reviews and in Fortune Magazine. The Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth Circuit Courts of Appeals and the Wisconsin Supreme Court have cited to Professor Day’s law review articles.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Professor Day worked in the areas of social work and the media. She co-chaired a project that documented the testimonies of Holocaust survivors, and she co-produced a documentary on the subject. She also implemented a consumer hotline with a local TV station and produced the consumer segment which aired on local news.
Professor Day was a Fulbright professor at the University of Sarajevo from October 2000 to July 2001 and again from February 2002 to August 2002. She has written in the area of Restorative Justice and its Application to Bosnia Herzegovina. Periodically, she returns to the former Yugoslavia, where she has guest lectured at the University of Sarajevo and the University of Novi Sad, Serbia.
Professor Day’s publications can be found on the Social Science Research Network.