RonNell Anderson Jones teaches at BYU Law School and happened to encounter an angry motorist on the way to class, tweeting . .
I wonder if the driver who honked and made the rude gesture when the light changed at the intersection was as surprised as I was to discover that we were both headed to the law school for a class that he attends and I teach.
Her bio describes Professor Jones as a former newspaper reporter and editor, who researches legal issues affecting the press and the intersection between media and the courts. A regular speaker at media law and First Amendment conferences, she served as the director of the 2007 Media Subpoena Study, a nationwide study of the frequency and impact of subpoenas served upon newspapers and television newsrooms.