Professor Foley is a founding member of the FIU College of Law. She teaches constitutional law, civil procedure and health care law. She is the author of Liberty for All: Reclaiming Individual Privacy in a New Era of Public Morality (Yale University Press 2006) and The Law of Life and Death (Harvard University Press 2011) and The Tea Party: Three Principles (Cambridge University Press 2012). She is a frequent media commentator and op-ed writer, and her opinions have been aired by The Wall Street Journal, Fox News, New York Times, Washington Post, Miami Herald, National Law Journal, National Public Radio, SCOTUSblog.com, Jurist, CNN and the BBC. Her writings on constitutional and health care law have been published by the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology, Arizona Law Review, George Mason Law Review, Tennessee Law Review, Syracuse Law Review, Food & Drug Law Journal, Albany Law Review, Wayne Law Review, and the Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court, among others.
Professor Foley presently serves on the Editorial Board of the Cato Supreme Court Review, an annual publication of the Cato Institute in which leading legal scholars analyze the most important cases of the Supreme Court’s most recent term.