At Delaware Law, we welcome men and women who have served or are currently serving in any branch of the United States armed forces. Your character, drive, and commitment are assets that will transfer readily to law school.
Delaware Law provides guidance and support, both personal and academic, during the admissions and financial aid processes. Delaware Law participates in educational benefit programs offered through the Department of Veteran's Affairs. Montgomery GI Bill and Post-9/11 GI Bill benefit programs are available to qualified veterans for attendance at Delaware Law. We also participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program, which offers matching tuition assistance for up to ten JD students.
The Registrar's Office will certify completion of the required VA paperwork. Follow the enrollment checklist to ensure that all necessary paperwork has been completed and submitted for each academic year.
Delaware Law works with all chapters of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to provide education benefits. Contact the VA to determine your eligibility and to ask program-specific questions. The VA website has an extensive and searchable Frequently Asked Questions section, including information on the Post-9/11 GI Bill.
For information, contact our Financial Aid Office: [email protected].
Our Office of Student Affairs will help you with scheduling, academic status, emergencies, and other issues to help ensure that your law school experience is a success.
Our Veterans Law Clinic provides free legal assistance to veterans who live at 150 percent of poverty level or less and who wish to appeal a denial of benefits by their regional VA. Through case evaluation and representation, clinic staff members can assist you at a pivotal time in your life.
Our Career Development Office offers resources and guidance in creating and pursuing a thriving law career.