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Jonathan Cardi

Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Professor of Law

Phone: 336.758.6039
Location: Worrell 2115 and 3309


  • The Law of Torts (with George Christie, Joe Sanders & Ellen Pryor) (5th ed. Thompson-West forthcoming 2011).
  • Modern Remedies: Cases, Practical Problems and Exercises (with Russell L. Weaver, David E. Partlett & Michael B. Kelly) (2d ed. Thompson-West 2010).
  • Critical Race Realism: Intersections of Psychology, Race, and Law (co-edited with Drs. Gregory Parks & Shayne Jones) (The New Press 2008).
  • Gilbert Law Summaries, Torts (with Marc Franklin & Mike Green) (24th ed. 2008).

Articles and Book Chapters

Current Projects

  • Predicting Racial Bias in Tort Jury Decisionmaking, (with Valerie Hans & Gregory Parks). This is a survey-based empirical study in which we will correlate IAT results with subjects' responses to race-related tort vignettes.
  • Emotional Distress Claims in the Internet Context. This article examines the contours of negligent infliction of emotional distress claims made in the Internet Context.
  • Duty and Immunity in the Modern State. The doctrine surrounding state and local government liability is a morass. This project seeks to provide an accurate description of current law and to offer a normative structure to better guide courts' decisionmaking.
  • International & Comparative Tort Law (book project with David Partlett, Jane Stapleton & Ken Oliphant).