About Alberto Bernabe
Professor Alberto Bernabe began his career as a judicial clerk at the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico. He later entered private practice, specializing in personal injury litigation and media law. Before joining the faculty, Professor Bernabe taught at Temple University and since joining the faculty, he has also taught at the University of Puerto Rico. Professor Bernabe teaches Torts and Professional Responsibility. Go here for a complete list of Professor Bernabe's scholarly publications.
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Forthcoming Articles (3)
Recent Articles in English (8)
Do Black Lives Matter?: Race as a measure of injury in tort law 18 The Scholar: St. Mary's L. Rev. on Race and Social Justice 41 (2016)
A discussion on whether it is a good idea to allow a plaintiff to use the race of a child as a measure of injury in a wrongful birth claim, and on the extent to ...
Setting Parental Controls: Do Parents Have a Duty to Supervise Their Children’s Use of the Internet? 31 J. Marshall J. Info. Tech. & Privacy L. 309 (2014)
This article addresses the question of whether courts have created the possibility for parents to be held liable in tort for injuries caused by their children's use of the internet
Recent Articles in Spanish (5)
Crítica a una resolución anunciada: Reglamentación del procedimiento disciplinario y la defensa de prescripción 85 Rev. Jur. Dig. UPR 16 (2016)
A discussion of bills pending before the Puerto Rico Senate that would create a new disciplinary system, including a statute of limitations on disciplinary actions