Jim Wiedemer is a real estate lawyer, teacher and writer.
“Yes, but which one is your favorite?” I ask. He can’t decide; he likes them all.
“Working as a lawyer helps me see how things actually work, which makes me a better teacher; teaching helps me fine-tune how I present a concept. The best writing comes from teaching because you get immediate feedback, and the writing makes me a better lawyer.”
Jim is a well-rounded individual.
Long-time Favorite Teacher
He was the second teacher hired by Center for Advanced Legal Studies in 1987, four months after the Center opened its doors. He has taught most legal classes, but these days, as he does in his practice and his writing, he focuses on real estate law.