Professor Foley teaches Health Care Law, Legal Process, and American Trial Courts - Theory and Practice in the Federal Courts.
Professor Foley received her legal education at the New York University School of Law, graduating in 1995. After law school, she joined the firm of Gordon Thomas Honeywell LLP. From 2000 through 2006, Professor Foley was a partner of that firm in Seattle, Washington. Her practice focused on health law, complex litigation, appellate litigation, and environmental litigation. Professor Foley represented clients in a wide range of cases, including reimbursement litigation, product liability, toxic tort, breach of contract, and class actions. She also was a volunteer attorney with Northwest Justice Project.
Professor Foley joined the faculty at the University of Washington School of Law in 2007. There, she taught first-year and upper division legal writing courses.
Throughout her legal career, Professor Foley has served on a number of boards of professional and non-profit organizations. Professor Foley is the Vice-President to the Federal Bar Association – Eastern District of New York Chapter Board. She is as an Executive Committee Member of the Association of American Law Schools - Aging and the Law Section. Professor Foley is a Steering Committee Member of the Laurel Rubin Farm Worker Justice Project.
Professor Foley's distinctions include being recognized in Law & Politics Magazine as a "Rising Star of Washington Law" and being named a Chapter Member of the Year by Washington Women Lawyers.
American Trial Courts: Theory & Practice in the Federal Courts
Health Care Law