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Delaware Law’s CLE programs help practicing attorneys remain current within a dynamic and ever-changing profession. Led by our nationally recognized faculty—as well as active judges, prosecutors, and partners in major firms—our programs are certified by the Delaware Commission on Legal Education and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.


24 credit hours, each compliance period (2 years), of which 4 must be enhanced ethics and 12 must be live credits. (Live requirements waived until 12/31/2022).

Commission on Continuing Legal Education
Supreme Court of the State of Delaware
The Renaissance Centre
405 N. King Street, Suite 420
Wilmington, DE 19801


12 credit hours every year and 2 hours MUST be ethics. All 12 credits may be completed through long-distance learning.

Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board
Pennsylvania Judicial Center
601 Commonwealth Ave, Suite 3400
P.O. Box 62495
Harrisburg, PA 17106-2495


24 credit hours during 2-year reporting period – 5 need to be in the areas of ethics and/or professionalism, and of those 5 ethics credits, a minimum of 2 must be concentrated in diversity, inclusion, and elimination of bias. 12 credits must be taken by attending in-person courses. 

NOTE: Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the New Jersey Board on Continuing Legal Education has suspended the live-credit requirement. Until further notice, all 24 credits may be earned by CLE webcasts, CLE on-demand videos, CLE on CDs, and CLE MP3 audio seminars.

New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education
A Division of the NJSBA
One Constitution Square
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Upcoming CLE Events

The Widener Law Review of Widener University Delaware Law School and The American Constitution Society presents

The Meaning of Establishment and Freedom of Religion in the Roberts’ Court

Friday, April 12, 2024
8:15 a.m.–4:15 p.m.
Widener University Delaware Law School
4601 Concord Pike
Wilmington, DE 19803

Join us for a symposium exploring the critical interplay of the Establishment and Free Exercise Clauses and state and local legislation. In an era of shifting jurisprudence and societal dynamics, the delicate balance between religious liberties and anti-discrimination laws has taken center stage. We will delve into the multifaceted implications of landmark cases such as Fulton v. City of Philadelphia and Groff v. DeJoy, examining their impact on constitutional principles and legal practice. While navigating the intricacies of religious freedoms and civil rights, ethical considerations remain paramount in shaping legislative frameworks and advocacy. Join us as we unravel the complexities of this pivotal intersection, forging a path towards equity, justice, and constitutional integrity.

Distinguished Speaker: A Talk on the Tension Between Religious Liberties and Anti-Discrimination Laws, Establishment Clause Jurisprudence, and Responsibility

Marci A. Hamilton, Founder and CEO of CHILD USA; Professor of Practice in the Department of Political Science and Fox Family Pavilion Non-resident Senior Fellow in the Program for Research on Religion at the University of Pennsylvania

Download the E-Flyer (pdf)


Register online

Course Materials related to the CLE can be found on the event page.

38th Annual Francis G. Pileggi Distinguished Lecture in Law

38th Annual Francis G. Pileggi Distinguished Lecture in Law, being held on Friday, April 19, 2024. Identical lectures will be held on the same date, but at different times and different locations.  The first lecture is at 8:00 a.m. at the Hotel du Pont. The second lecture is at 11:30 a.m. at the law school in the Ruby R. Vale Moot Courtroom.

Download the flyer (pdf) or register online.

This list is updated as CLE events are added to the schedule. Please check back regularly to view - and register for - the most up-to-date opportunities.

Please Contact

Carol Perrupato
CLE Coordinator
Phone: 302.477.2178
E-mail: [email protected]