David C. Tunick

Professor of Law

BA, University of California Los Angeles
JD, University of California Los Angeles, Order of the Coif 

Background

After graduation from law school, David Tunick served as law clerk to the Honorable Malcolm M. Lucas of the United States District Court for the Central District of California. He practiced with Mori & Katayama in Los Angeles before joining the Loyola faculty in 1974. Tunick was a visiting professor at the University of Bridgeport in 1983. He writes on computers and the law.

Public Service

  • Pro Bono Arbitrator, American Arbitration Association
  • Volunteer Assistant Coach, Girls Varsity Basketball, Brea Olinda High School, 1998 - 2010 

Recent Scholarship

  • "Passive Internet Websites and Personal Jurisdiction," 28 Oklahoma City University Law Review 739 (2003)
  • "Computers and the Criminal Law: Obscenity in Cyberspace - What is the Community Standard?" 34 Criminal Law Bulletin 448 (1998)
  • "People v. Versaggi: A Conviction for a Computer Crime That Was Not Committed - A Sad Day For American Justice," 33 Criminal Law Bulletin 543 (Nov., Dec. 1997)
  • 1997 Supplement, Computers and the Law: Cases & Materials
  • "The Jurisprudence of Yogi Berra," 46 Emory Law Review 697 (1997) (one of 39 authors)

Other Scholarship

  • Professor Tunick was the sole author of the first law school casebook published in the United States on computer law; Computers and the Law: Cases and Materials (1991)