Professor Mary Anne Franks Testifies Before Illinois Judiciary Committee on Criminalizing Non-Consensual Pornography


Professor Mary Anne Franks recently testified before the Illinois Judiciary Committee on behalf of a bill she helped draft criminalizing non-consensual pornography. The legislation is one of over a dozen such bills she has helped draft over the last several months. Professor Franks has also recently written editorials in the Independent and the New York Daily News on the subject of non-consensual pornography. She was recently quoted in The New York Times and Al Jazeera on the Michael Dunn trial. Professor Franks recently became a contributor to the Huffington Post, and her latest piece is titled "Stand Your Ground's Woman Problem." Her latest law review article, "How to Feel Like a Woman, or Why Punishment is a Drag," has just been published by the UCLA Law Review. Professor Franks teaches family law, criminal law, and criminal procedure.