Prior to joining the TJSL faculty in 1990, Professor Markey was a partner at Mulvaney, Kahan & Barry in San Diego where she specialized in business litigation. While in law school, she was the Executive Editor of the San Diego Law Review. After law school, Professor Markey served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Francis C. Whelan, United States District Court, Central District of California, and taught at the University of San Diego School of Law.
Professor Markey is actively involved in the community, serving as an officer and a board member of several community organizations. She has published in the areas of property, law and literature, and law and religion.
Property, Law and Literature Seminar, Jurisprudence Seminar.
Natural Law, Positive Law, and Conflicting Social Norms in Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, 32 N.C. Cent. School L. Rev. 162 (2010) Download a PDF of the article.
Ariadne's Thread: Leading Students Into and Out of the Labyrinth of The Rule Against Perpetuities, 54 Clev. St. L. Rev. 337 (2006)
Charles Dickens’ Bleak House: Mr. Tulkinghorn as a Successful Literary Lawyer, 14 St. Thomas L. Rev. 689 (2002)
The Landlord/Tenant Free Exercise Conflict in a Post-RFRA World, 29 Rutgers L.J. 487 (1998)
The Price of Landlord's "Free" Exercise of Religion: Tenant's Right to Discrimination-Free Housing and Privacy, 22 Fordham Urb. L.J. 699 (1995)