Danielle Tully joined the Brooklyn Law School faculty in 2021 as an Assistant Professor of Legal Writing. She previously taught at Northeastern University School of Law and Suffolk University School of Law. In addition, she was a clinical teaching fellow in the Civil Rights and Constitutional Litigation Clinic at Seton Hall. Her scholarship focuses on assessment, pedagogy, and legal education reform. Her recent article, “The Cultural (Re)Turn: The Case for Teaching Culturally Responsive Lawyering,” 16 Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties 201 (2020), was selected for the Legal Writing, Reasoning, and Research Section’s Newer Scholars’ Showcase at the 2021 meeting of the American Association of Law Schools.
Before entering law teaching, Professor Tully worked in public interest law both domestically and internationally. She also served as a law clerk for the Hon. D. Brock Hornby, U.S. District Judge for the District of Maine. Professor Tully received her B.A. in Development Studies from Brown University, her M.A. in Law & Diplomacy from the Fletcher School at Tufts University, and her J.D. from Boston College Law School.Publications