Kerry Weil Tripp
Kerry Tripp is a graduate of the Notre Dame Law School and practiced law in San Francisco and Baltimore. She teaches graduate and undergraduate family law classes, including a comparative law family law class in Havana, Cuba and a comparative law and policy class on ethical issues in Assisted Reproduction Technologies with a class and colleague at the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) in Brazil.
J.D., Notre Dame Law School
FMSC 487 - Legal Aspects of Family Problems
FMSC 486, “Law, Public Health and the Cuban Family”
FMSC 186, “Law and Ethics in Assisted Reproduction Technology”
FMSC 286, “Law and Policy of Assisted Reproduction in the U.S. and Brazil”,
FMSC 498M, “Mediation and Negotiation” &
FMSC 647, “Theory and Techniques of Family Mediation”
FMSC 760 - Legal Issues and Families
Family Law for Non-Lawyers, 2nd edition--Rated #1 in the 4 Best Family Law Books for Beginners & #10 of the 31 Best Family Law Books of All Time by BookAuthority 2020.
Faculty Service Award for UMD's President's Commission on Disability Issues 2019
UMD Global Classrooms Initiative Grant and Fellowship, $12,000. 2019.
Office of Undergraduate Education,UMD Fellow, Academic Integrity, $3,000. 2016-7
TLTC, Elevate Fellow, Course Redesign and Instructional Best Practices $3,000. 2018.
TLTC, Learning Community Scholar, Online Course Development 2019