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Since 1975, when our first law class graduated, Delaware Law has been a trusted resource in the region. We have educated nearly 12,000 alumni, many of whom have risen to positions of leadership on the bench and in the bar. They include current and past presidents of the Delaware, New Jersey, and Philadelphia bar associations; and nearly 195 judges, including a sitting Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court and a sitting Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court.
To determine the right course for your future, you need to have the best choices today. At Delaware Law, you will discover a range of options, from our core academic degree programs to externships, clinical experiences, and extracurricular activities. To help working professionals advance in their fields, we maintain rigorous academic standards within flexible programming.
If you are a student at Delaware Law, you have already given your career serious consideration. Our Career Development staff is ready to help, offering the resources and personal guidance you need for success.
The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) is here to assist you with advice and counseling. We act as a liaison between students, faculty and law school administrators. When you have questions, our office is the place to find answers.
Delaware Law’s spring and fall on-campus recruitment programs enable employers to interview pre-qualified students in person. After reviewing your job requirements, we will provide you with the portfolios of students whose interests and experience best match your needs. You may then select individuals for on-campus interviews. For your convenience, we suggest that you register online for on-campus recruiting.
The Widener Law Delaware Library is the major law library in the state of Delaware and is recognized as one of the major law libraries in the region. The Library's staff is committed to offering personalized attention, delivering outstanding service, and providing ongoing education through legal and related library training programs.
The Office of Information Technology Services (ITS) provides computing, information, and network services to the university campus community.