Professor of Law
BA, Northwestern University
JD, University of San Diego School of Law
State Bar Membership
About The Professor
Kelley Mauerman is a professor of lawyering skills at Whittier Law School and the Assistant Director of Lawyering Skills and Institutional Assessment. She teaches lawyering skills, professional responsibility, pretrial litigation, and e-discovery. She also serves as a competition coach for the Moot Court Honors Board. Mauerman formerly clerked for Magistrate Judge Cynthia G. Aaron in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California and practiced law in the area of wills, trusts, and estate planning. Mauerman has focused her recent scholarship on assessment in legal education, and has contributed to the law school’s assessment efforts on both the program and institutional levels.
Effective Summary Judgment Motions (with Ernest Hadley and Eleanor Laws) (Dewey Publications, Inc., 2002).
Starting from the Top: Using a Capstone Course to Begin Program Assessment in Legal Education, 37 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 477 (2012).
Introduction to Legal Analysis and Professional Responsibility