Lis Wiehl is an American best-selling author of fiction and non-fiction in The New York Times, and a legal analyst. She is the author of nineteen books, the most recent being the second of a trilogy titled the FBI, Ted Kaczynski, and the infamous Domestic Terrorist Arrest. most in America, published by Thomas Nelson / HarperCollins. After working for NBC News and National Public Radio's All Things Considered, Wiehl joined the Fox News Channel, where she was a legal analyst and reporter for over fifteen years, appearing on numerous FNC programs. She is a regular commentator for CNN and also regularly appears on CBS, NPR and other media. Wiehl received a JD from Harvard Law School, a Master of Literature degree from the University of Queensland, and a BA from Barnard University, Columbia University.
|Born||August 19, 1961, Yakima, Washington, U.S.|
|Education||Barnard College, Columbia University (1983), University of Queensland (1985), Harvard Law School (1987)|
|Occupation||Television personality, legal expert, author, radio & podcast host, lawyer|
American writer of the Triple Threat fiction series. She also worked as a legal correspondent for such Fox News programs as The O'Reilly Factor and Your World with Neil Cavuto.
She graduated from Harvard Law School in 1987 and subsequently worked as a federal prosecutor.
She published a novel series entitled the East Salem Trilogy and also wrote a nonfiction work called Winning every Time: How to Use the Skills of a Lawyer in the Trials of Your Life.
Her marriage to Mickey Sherman lasted for six years.
She appeared on The Kelly File, a television show hosted by Megyn Kelly.
New York Law School. University of Washington Law School. The folks at Fox News. Seattle writers. Alumni of the University of Queensland. Alumni of Barnard College