Kim Wehle is a tenured law professor, book author, opinion journalist, lawyer, and former CBS News legal analyst. At the University of Baltimore School of Law, her teaching and scholarship focus on the separation of powers, administrative agencies, and civil litigation. In addition to her scholarly work, Wehle is a practicing lawyer and provides frequent legal commentary for CNN, MSNBC, NBC, BBC, NPR, Fox News, and numerous other media outlets. She writes regularly for the Atlantic, Politico, and other leading publications. Her first book, How to Read the Constitution—and Why was quickly followed by her 2020 release, What You Need to Know about Voting—and Why.
In How to Think Like a Lawyer—and Why: A Common-Sense Guide to Everyday Dilemmas, the author takes you through the decision-making practice she uses every day as a lawyer and legal educator. Whether it be buying a house, negotiating a salary, or choosing the right healthcare, every major decision you make matters.
Whether it be buying a house, negotiating a salary, or choosing the right health care, every major decision you make matters – so why not learn a methodical process to help you cut through the confusion and maximize the quality of your choice? In this session on How to Think Like a Lawyer & Why, participants will learn why the tenured law professor, book author, opinion journalist, lawyer, and former CBS News legal analyst’s method is so effective, filling law school classrooms with eager students year after year. CALS Executive Director Nate Coulter moderates.
This CALS Speaker Series program honors Rabbi Ira Sanders, a passionate advocate for social justice.
Ron Robinson Theater, 6:30 - 7:30pm