The Transactional Law Honor Society (“TLHS”) is the first of its kind at Delaware Law. TLHS gives students the chance to hone the practical skills needed for transactional law work. Transactional work is one of the most common assignments given to attorneys, particularly new ones. Membership in TLHS provides students the opportunity to enhance their negotiation skills and learn how to draft and interpret business documents. The Transactional Law Honor Society trains its members through workshops and lectures on the intricacies of business law and practice, and some participants are selected to participate in regional competitions such as Transactional LawMeet. TLHS also holds an annual Internal Competition for all TLHS members, with local attorneys and practitioners serving as judges.
We invite all interested members to participate in the New Member Try Out Competition held at the beginning of the Fall semester. Additionally, the final winners of the Alternative Dispute Resolution competition may be offered membership to join TLHS if all eligibility requirements are met. If you have any questions regarding TLHS membership or the society in general please contact a board member below.
President: Mackenzie Boyer - [email protected]er.edu
Managing Counsel of External Affairs: Shira Freiman - [email protected]
Co-Managers of Internal Affairs: Lauren Hartnett - [email protected] and
Kristen Rogers - [email protected]
Secretary: Mariska Suparman - [email protected]