Clinical Associate Professor
Lawyering Skills and Strategies
A first-generation college graduate and Big Law refugee, Katherine Brem joined the University of Houston Law Center faculty in 2016. She researches and writes about the intersections between legal rhetoric, evidence, procedure, and substantive law, as well as introductory U.S. legal concepts for novice students and foreign-trained attorneys - especially those trained in the civil law tradition. She teaches Lawyering Skills and Strategies, Evidence, Federal Pretrial Drafting, and U.S. Legal Skills. Prior to teaching, Professor Brem divided her practice between oil and gas litigation, catastrophic personal injury defense, and commercial litigation for both plaintiffs and defendants.
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