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Experiential Course Information

Students interested in registering for clinics or externships should use the online application. Descriptions of the available experiential courses are provided below.

Veterans Law Clinic

Offered for Summer & Fall, 2020 – (ED & RD students encouraged to apply)

The Veterans Law Clinic (VLC) provides free legal representation to low-income, disabled veterans and their dependents for appeals to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.  The clinic handles cases regarding disability compensation, needs-based pension, Section 1151 claims (malpractice-type claims against the VA), VA overpayment waivers, and dependency and indemnity compensation (survivor benefit).  The Clinic also handles discharge upgrade applications and wills and related documents.

What Students Do – Students assist clients through all phases of a case:  intake and initial interviews, investigation and gathering of documentary evidence, working with forensic experts, filing petitions, representing clients at hearings, and appellate brief writing.  Students also attend the Clinic's Veterans Assistance Days, in which Clinic attorneys provide one-hour, free consultations to veterans.  

The Clinic Class – During fall/spring semesters, the clinic class meets once a week, usually in the evening. Generally, students are enrolled for six credits and are expected to spend 20 hours per week working in the Clinic.  Students can enroll for fewer credits with Clinic permission.  Summer students operate on a compressed schedule.

Delaware Bar Clerkship Requirement – Students enrolled in the Clinic may be able to satisfy some of their clerkship requirements by working with our Delaware-barred attorney.  Please let us know if you plan to sit for the Delaware Bar. 

If you have any questions about our program, please feel free to contact clinic director Jennifer Morrell at [email protected].

Once enrolled in the Veterans Law Clinic, students may not withdraw from the course without specific written authorization from the Program Director.

Delaware Civil Clinic

Offered for Fall, 2020 Registration

The Delaware Civil Clinic (DCC) provides free legal services to survivors of domestic violence, living below the poverty level, seeking civil legal representation, in obtaining protection from abuse orders, custody, visitation, and preparing divorce petitions.  Legal representation also includes preparing wills, powers of attorney, and health care directives for elderly and terminally.  The DCC operates in conjunction with Delaware Volunteer Legal Services, Inc. (DVLS), the pro bono arm of the Delaware State Bar Association.

Third year students are admitted to the limited practice of law, as Certified Legal Interns, pursuant to Delaware Supreme Court Rule 56, and represent clients in Family Court.  DCC students learn practical legal skills in the representation of actual clients.  DCC is a one semester, graded course for 6 credits.  Third year students are expected to work a minimum of twenty (20) hours per week.  The DCC may also accept second year students for 2 credits, depending on space availability, to do limited work in the clinic for approximately seven (7) hours per week.  Students enrolled in DCC are able to satisfy some of their Delaware Bar Clerkship requirements through participation in DCC.

Students must be available every Friday for court rotation, trial observation and hearings; students must also attend the class associated with the clinic.  Students participating in DCC must also attend all Friday mandatory training sessions beginning the first week of classes.

Once enrolled in the Delaware Civil Clinic, students may not withdraw from the course without specific written authorization from the Program Director.

Environmental & Natural Resources Law Clinic

Listed for Spring 2021

The Environmental & Natural Resources Law Clinic has, since 1989, offered students the opportunity to prepare for practice by assisting clients with issues under federal Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, Endangered Species Act, National Environment Policy Act, and other federal, state, and local environmental laws.

The Environmental & Natural Resources Law Clinic provides legal representation to individuals and dozens of national and regional public interest environmental groups.  Cases include appeals, regulatory proceedings, land use and citizen suits as private attorneys general in Federal and State courts.  Clinic interns also assist advising clients on legislative, regulatory, and educational matters. Students work with administrative agencies, scientists and engineers, conduct factual and legal research, and develop and implement legal strategies under the close supervision of the Clinic Director. 

The Environmental & Natural Resources Law Clinic also includes a weekly seminar that addresses substantive and procedural problems encountered by students in their clinical work, as well as work on the Clinic Case, an exercise to develop and hone practical skills of civil litigation drafting and strategy.

Recommended but not required – one of the following: Environmental Law, Natural Resources Law, Dignity Rights Practicum, Toxic Torts, Evidence.

For more information, visit www.widenerelc.org and click on “Environmental Law Clinic – For Students” link.

Once enrolled in the Environmental & Natural Resources Law Clinic, students may not withdraw from the course without specific written authorization from the Program Director.

Pennsylvania Criminal Defense Clinic

Offered for Fall, 2020 Registration.

The Pa. Criminal Defense Clinic provides representation to people in Chester County who are indigent and charged with misdemeanors in state court.  Our clients are referred to us by the Chester County Public Defender.

What Students Do – Students are certified by PA Supreme Court to represent clients in court under direct supervision of Clinic Director Judith Ritter and Clinic Professor Romie Griesmer.  Students represent clients through all phases of cases: initial client interview, investigation, plea bargaining, preliminary hearings, pretrial motions and trials.

Credits and Hours Required – Students are enrolled for six (6) Credits and are expected to spend an average of 20 hours per week working on clinic cases, 10 of those hours must be spent in the clinic workroom. Students work with an assigned partner and have a weekly meeting with one of the clinic supervisors regarding their casework. Once enrolled in the Clinic, students may not withdraw from the course without specific written authorization from the Program Director.

Orientation and Clinic Seminar – In order to have students begin client representation as soon as possible there is a mandatory (1 or 2 day) orientation prior to the start of classes. The seminar meets once a week, usually from 2 - 4 p.m.  Due to the importance of the professional skills, substantive law and procedure being taught, seminar attendance is mandatory-- no unexcused absences are allowed.  If you have any questions about our program, please feel free to email Professor Griesmer at [email protected].

Application & Enrollment –Only rising third year students are eligible to apply by completing the online Experiential Application Form. Students will be selected by the Clinic Director and Supervising Attorney after submission of application and interview. Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure I, Evidence and Professional Responsibility are course prerequisites. Preference will be given to students who have taken Trial Methods, ITAP, or Criminal Procedure II. 

Once enrolled in the Pennsylvania Criminal Defense Clinic, students may not withdraw from the course without specific written authorization from the Program Director.

New! Innocence Delaware Legal Clinic

Full Year 2020-2021

The Innocence Delaware Legal Clinic partners with the non-profit organization Innocence Delaware that provides representation to people unjustly incarcerated in Delaware for crimes they did not commit.

What Students Do – Students will assist Innocence Delaware in their mission by screening cases for representation, learning post-conviction law, and practicing innocence work. Students will work under the supervision of Clinic Director Judith Ritter, Clinic Professor Romie Griesmer, and the Executive Director of Innocence Delaware. Innocence work may involve screening requests for representation, interviewing clients, conducting investigations, doing legal research, and preparing legal pleadings.

Credits – Students are enrolled for seven (7) Credits for the Full Year, three (3) of these Credits are earned in the Fall Semester and four (4) are earned in the Spring Semester.

Clinic Seminar and Clinic Hours –Students are required to take the Post-Conviction Remedies course in the Fall Semester (for 2 credits of the 3 credits earned). In addition, students will attend 14 hours of training classes over the course of the Fall semester. In the Spring Semester, students will work on actual cases and attend supervisory sessions. Students are expected to spend an average of 12 hours per week on clinic work in the Spring. If you have any questions about our program, please feel free to drop by our offices (Clinic Professor Griesmer Clinic Wing 253, Professor Ritter 305).

Enrollment – Three (3) students will be selected by the Clinic Director and Clinic Professor after submission of application and interview. Only third year students are eligible to enroll. Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure I, Evidence and Professional Responsibility are course prerequisites. Preference will be given to students who have taken Trial Methods and/or Criminal Procedure II.

Once enrolled, students may not withdraw from the course without specific written authorization from the Program Director.

Judicial Externship Program

Offered for Summer and Fall, 2020 – (ED and RD students encouraged to apply)

The Judicial Externship Program (JEP) is a one-semester or full-year clinical legal field placement experience in which students may earn either 3 credits per semester (10 hours/week minimum) or 6 credits per semester (20 hours/week minimum) academic credits.  The course is graded pass/fail.

Placements: Students enrolled in the Judicial Externship Program (JEP)are placed as part-time clerks for academic credit in the chambers of judges in State and Federal trial and appellate courts in Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, including Federal Circuit, District and Magistrate Courts; State Supreme, intermediate appellate and trial courts, and various other courts including U.S Tax Court, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, state courts of equity and administrative law courts. A list of possible field placements is set forth below.

Requirements: Briefly put –and not intended to limit more specific instructions- to complete the program, externs

  • Spend a minimum of 10 hours per week in placement
  • Submit periodic 3-5 page reflective writings; complete practice MPT exam
  • Participate in weekly class activities on the JEP Homepage
  • Complete student placement evaluation
  • Receive satisfactory evaluation by supervising judge

Prerequisites: Applicants must have completed 3 semesters of law school, and must have successfully completed (C or better) courses in Professional Responsibility and Evidence. The Director will have final authority to determine which applicants qualify for admission and to determine placements with particular courts. We recognize that some students have special relationships with judges, or may have contacted judges prior to application and enrollment. Such arrangements for placements will be carefully considered as they occur.

Application Requirements: Applicants must complete the Student Experiential Course Application Form in this packet, and submit the completed online Application Form, including current official transcript of grades. In addition, applicants must submit an electronic copy (as an email attachment) of a current résumé and a writing sample to Patti Burns, faculty secretary ([email protected]).

Once enrolled in the Judicial Externship Program, students may not withdraw from the course without specific written authorization from the Program Director.

Public Interest Externship Program

Offered for Summer and Fall, 2020 Registration – (ED and RD students encouraged to apply)

The Public Interest Externship Program (PIEP) is a one-semester or full-year clinical legal field placement experience in which students may earn either 3 credits per semester (10 hours/week minimum) or 6 credits per semester (20 hours/week minimum) academic credits.  The course is graded pass/fail.

Placements: Students enrolled in the Public Interest Externship Program (PIEP)are placed as part-time law clerks in government agencies (including prosecutors, public defenders, and others) and non-profit organizatons for academic credit.  A list of possible field placements is set forth below.  If you have questions about PIEP placements, please contact Professor Catania at [email protected] (ext. 2108).

Prerequisites: By the start of the Externship Placement, students must have earned 60 credits for DE and NJ (45 credits for PA), and must have successfully completed (C or better) courses in Professional Responsibility and Evidence.  Some placements may also require students to have completed additional courses, such as Federal Tax, Family Law, ITAP and/or Trial Methods.

Application Requirements: Applicants must complete the Student Experiential Course Application Form in this packet, and submit the completed online Application Form, including current official transcript of grades.   In addition, applicants must submit an electronic copy (as an email attachment) of a current résumé and a writing sample to to Patti Burns, faculty secretary ([email protected]).

Once enrolled in the Public Interest Externship Program, students may not withdraw from the course without specific written authorization from the Program Director.

Additional Externship Opportunities

Expected to be available Summer & Fall, 2019; Spring, 2020

Office of Counsel to New Castle County Council – This is a placement in the office of a Delaware Law School alumnus who represents the County Council.  Extern duties will include legal research, legislative research, drafting legal memoranda, and assisting Counsel to Council on substantive legal matters.  Externs will be supervised by Michael Migliore, Esq., Counsel to Council.

Defender Association of Philadelphia

This office provides legal assistance to indigent Philadelphia residents (adult and/or juvenile) who are unable to afford legal representation.  In the Fall semester of 2019, one Delaware Law School Public Interest Extern is placed here. We are hopeful more students can be placed here going forward.

Delaware County Court of Common Pleas

Assist judges as part-time law clerks. Current judges who have accepted externs in the past and/or who have expressed interest in having one or more DLS externs in Spring, 2020, include Judges Angelos, Brennan, Cappelli, Capuzzi, Dozor, Mackrides, Pagano, Pileggi, and Scanlon.

Delaware Department of Justice – DE DOJ has openings for two externs, with one being initially assigned to the Civil Division and the other to the Office of Civil Rights and Public Trust.  At mid-semester, the assignments would be switched so that both externs both get a sense of how each Division and area of practice operates and differs.

Office of General Counsel – Christiana Care Health System

The Office of General Counsel provides legal advice on a broad range of legal matters affecting ChristianaCare.  Projects may vary according to office needs, but will generally include: legal research, client meeting shadowing; contract drafting and review; and policy development.  Externs will be required to comply with applicable policies and procedures for hospital volunteers.

Education Law Center - Philadelphia

This non-profit public interest agency provides assistance to parents and students asserting their educational rights. The ELC has agreed to accept DLS students going forward, if qualified students apply before they close the application process.  Significant policy work on behalf of low income and marginalized populations is a priority of this office with less emphasis placed on litigation.

HELP: Medical-Legal Partnership

HELP: MLP was established in 2009 to improve the health of low-income communities by integrating poverty lawyers as part of health care teams. Originally based in the City of Chester, in 2016 HELP: MLP expanded its operations to Philadelphia. Currently, HELP: MLP is partnered with The Foundation for Delaware County’s (TFDC) Healthy Start and Nurse-Family Partnership programs in the City of Chester and Philadelphia Nurse-Family Partnership and Mabel Morris Family Home Visit Program in Philadelphia.  HELP: MLP aims to achieve four main goals: 1) identify the unmet legal and social needs among maternal and child health program participants through systemic screening; 2) increase the advocacy capacity of maternal and child health professionals through trainings; 3) remediate health-harming legal needs through direct representation and legal consultation; and improve community-wide policies through collaborative systemic advocacy.

Juvenile Law Center - Philadelphia

This office provides legal assistance to Philadelphia juveniles (and their parents), litigating their rights and advocating for equity, opportunity, and dignity within the child welfare and/or justice systems. Both summer and academic year externships are available for law students. They are currently accepting applications for the Spring, 2020, semester and for Summer, 2020. More information about the application process is available here. https://jlc.org/careers/internships

Legal Affairs Division of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey – Opportunities with the state's largest health insurer in its Hopewell and Newark offices.  Focus on issues relating to health law and health insurers with exposure to federal and state regulatory compliance matters, including ACA, HIPAA, ERISA, and general health care compliance, physician self-referral law issues, fraud and abuse, provider network development, managed care, product development and general corporate and litigation matters related to health care. In addition, the extern may be exposed to general corporate matters such as vendor contracting, advertising and marketing, real estate and corporate governance.

Office of the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Located in center city Philadelphia, this office represents the United States Government in both civil and criminal matters. This is a new placement site with an opportunity for one law student in the Spring, 2020, semester.

» MANY OTHER EXTERNSHIP PLACEMENT POSSIBILITIES AVAILABLE.  PLEASE FEEL FREE TO INQUIRE.
NOTE: STUDENTS CANNOT REGISTER FOR AN EXPERIENTIAL PROGRAM WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION FROM A PROGRAM DIRECTOR. ONCE ENROLLED IN AN EXPERIENTIAL PROGRAM, STUDENTS MAY NOT WITHDRAW FROM THE COURSE WITHOUT SPECIFIC WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION FROM A PROGRAM DIRECTOR.
APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED AFTER THE DEADLINE WILL BE CONSIDERED FOR POSITIONS IN THE CLINIC OR EXTERNSHIP APPLIED FOR IF SPACE IS AVAILABLE.
Please See Below for Lists of JEP & PIEP Placements

Delaware Law School

Judicial Externship Program Placements

Delaware

Chancellor William B. Chandler, III (Chancery Ct. of Delaware) Wilmington

Judge Robert B. Coonin (Family Court of Delaware) Wilmington

Judge Eric M. Davis (Superior Court of Delaware) Wilmington

Vice Chancellor Sam Glasscock, III (Chancery Court of Delaware) Georgetown

Judge M. Jane Brady (Superior Court of Delaware) Georgetown

Judge Mary M. Johnston (Superior Court of Delaware) Wilmington

Judge Jan R. Jurden (Superior Court of Delaware) Wilmington

Vice Chancellor J. Travis Laster (Chancery Court of Delaware) Wilmington

Master in Chancery Abigail L. LeGrow (Chancery Court of Delaware) Wilmington

Judge Calvin L. Scott (Superior Court of Delaware) Wilmington

Judge Vivian L. Medinilla (Superior Court of Delaware) Wilmington

Judge Mark D. Buckworth (Family Court of Delaware) Wilmington

Chief Judge Michael K. Newell (Family Court of Delaware) Wilmington

Judge Mardi F. Pyott (Family Court of Delaware) Dover

Judge Andrea L. Rocanelli (Superior Court of Delaware) Wilmington

Judge Alex J. Smalls (Delaware Court of Common Pleas) Wilmington

Judge Robert H. Surles (Delaware Court of Common Pleas) Wilmington

Judge Paul R. Wallace (Superior Court of Delaware) Wilmington

Judge John K. Welch (Delaware Court of Common Pleas) Wilmington

Justice Karen K. Valihura (Supreme Court of Delaware) Wilmington

Justice James T. Vaughn, Jr. (Supreme Court of Delaware) Wilmington

Maryland

Judge Kathleen L. Beckstead (Maryland Circuit Court – 1st Circuit) Salisbury

Judge Michele D. Hotten (Maryland Court of Special Appeals) Upper Marlboro

Judge V. Michael Whelan (Maryland Circuit Court – 3rd Circuit) Elkton

Judge Jane Cairns Murray (Maryland Circuit Court – 3rd Circuit) Elkton

New Jersey

Judge Valerie Armstrong (Superior Court of N.J.) Atlantic/Cape May Vicinage

Judge Robert P. Becker, Jr. (Superior Court of N.J.) Gloucester/Salem/Cumberland Vicinage

Judge Ronald E. Bookbinder (Superior Court of N.J.) Burlington Vicinage

Judge Jeanne T. Covert (Superior Court of N.J.) Burlington Vicinage

Judge Ralph L. DeLuccia, Jr. (Superior Court of N.J.) Passaic Vicinage

Judge Paula T. Dow (Superior Court of N.J. – Chancery Division) Burlington Vicinage

Judge Richard W. English (Superior Court of N.J.) Monmouth Vicinage

Judge John E. Harrington (Superior Court of N.J.) Burlington Vicinage

Judge Carol E. Higbee (Superior Court of N.J.) Atlantic/Cape May Vicinage

Judge Michael J. Hogan (Superior Court of N.J.) General Equity Division) Burlington Vicinage

Judge Harold U. Johnson, Jr. (Superior Court of N.J.) Gloucester/Salem/Cumberland Vicinage

Judge Marie E. Lihotz (Superior Court of N.J.) Appellate Division) Westmont

Judge Hany A. Mawla (Superior Court of N.J.) Hunterdon Vicinage

Judge Robert Neustadter (Superior Court of N.J.) Atlantic/Cape May Vicinage

Judge James E. Rafferty (Superior Court of N.J.) Gloucester/Salem/Cumberland Vicinage

Judge Patricia Richmond (Superior Court of N.J.) Burlington Vicinage

Judge Alberto Rivas (Superior Court of N.J.) Middlesex Vicinage

Justice Lee A. Solomon (Supreme Court of N.J.)

Judge Susan T. Steele (Superior Court of N.J.) Bergen Vicinage

Judge Karen L. Suter (Superior Court of N.J.) Burlington Vicinage

Pennsylvania

Judge Kent H. Albright (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Montgomery Co. (Norristown)

Judge Spiros E. Angelos (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Delaware Co. (Media)

Judge Wallace H. Bateman (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Bucks Co. (Doylestown)

Judge Mary Alice Brennan (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Delaware Co. (Media)

Judge Carolyn Tornetta Carluccio (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Montgomery Co. (Norristown)

Judge Richard M. Cappelli (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Delaware Co. (Media)

Judge Rose Marie DeFino-Nastasi (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Philadelphia

Judge Pamela Pryor Dembe (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Philadelphia

Judge Barry C. Dozor (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Delaware Co. (Media)

Judge Michael E. Erdos (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Philadelphia

Judge Risa Vetri Ferman (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Montgomery Co. (Norristown)

Judge William J. Furber, Jr. (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Montgomery Co. (Norristown)

Judge Susan Peikes Gantman (Superior Court of Pa.) Conshohocken

Judge Gary B. Gilman (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Bucks Co. (Doylestown)

Judge Glynnis Hill (Pa. Court of Common Pleas) Philadelphia

President Judge James P. MacElree II (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Chester Co. (West Chester)

Judge William C. Mackrides (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Delaware Co. (Media)

Judge Robert J. Matthews (Pa. Court of Common Pleas) Philadelphia

Judge Joseph D. O’Keefe (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas – Orphans’ Court Division) Philadelphia

Judge George A. Pagano (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Delaware Co. (Media)

Judge Jack Panella (Superior Court of PA) Allentown/Philadelphia

Judge Mia Roberts Perez (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Philadelphia

Judge Katherine B.L. Platt (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Chester Co. (West Chester)

Judge Annette M. Rizzo (Pa. Court of Common Pleas) Philadelphia

Judge Anthony A. Sarcione (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Chester Co. (West Chester)

Judge Stephanie M. Sawyer (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Philadelphia

Judge Anthony D. Scanlon (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Delaware Co. (Media)

Judge Karen Shreeves-Johns (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Philadelphia

Judge Phyllis R. Streitel (Pa. Ct. of Common Pleas) Chester Co. (West Chester)

Judge Allan L. Tereshko (Pa. Court of Common Pleas) Philadelphia

Judge John Milton Younge (Pa. Court of Common Pleas) Philadelphia

Federal

Judge Thomas L. Ambro (U.S. Court of Appeals, 3rd Cir.) Wilmington

Judge Richard G. Andrews (U.S. District Court, DE) Wilmington

Judge M. Faith Angell (U.S. Magistrate Court, E.D. PA) Philadelphia

Judge Christopher J. Burke (U.S. Magistrate Court, DE) Wilmington

Judge Linda K. Caracappa (U.S. Magistrate Court, E.D. PA) Philadelphia

Chief Judge Kevin J. Carey (U.S. Bankruptcy Court, DE) Wilmington

Judge Walter A. Durling (U.S. Immigration Court) York, PA

Judge Sherry R. Fallon (U.S. Magistrate Court, DE) Wilmington

Judge Kent A. Jordan (U.S. Court of Appeals, 3rd Cir.) Wilmington

Judge Henry S. Perkin (U.S. Magistrate Court, E.D. PA)

Judge Luis Felipe Restrepo (U.S. Court of Appeals, 3rd Cir.) Philadelphia

Judge Timothy R. Rice (U.S. Magistrate Court, E.D. PA) Philadelphia

Judge Laurie Selber Silverstein (U.S. Bankruptcy Court, DE) Wilmington

Judge Christopher S. Sontchi (U.S. Bankruptcy Court, DE) Wilmington

Judge Leonard P. Stark (U.S. District Court, DE) Wilmington

Judge R. Barclay Surrick (U.S. District Court, E.D. PA) Philadelphia

Judge Mary Pat Thynge (U.S. Magistrate Judge, DE) Wilmington

Judge Mary F. Walrath (U.S. Bankruptcy Court, DE) Wilmington

Delaware Law School

Public Interest Externship Program Placements

Bucks County (PA) District Attorney’s Office (Doylestown)

Camden County (NJ) Prosecutor’s Office (Camden)

Chester County (PA) District Attorney’s Office (West Chester)

City of Wilmington (DE) City Solicitor’s Office, Environmental Section

Commonwealth of PA Bureau of Consumer Protection (Philadelphia)

Community Legal Aid Society, Inc. – Wilmington, DE

Community Legal Aid Society, Inc. – Medical-Legal Partnership (Wilmington; Chester)

Federal Public Defender – District of Delaware (Wilmington)

Montgomery County (PA) District Attorney’s Office (Norristown)

Montgomery County (PA) – Office of the Public Defender (Norristown)

New Castle County (DE) Department of Law (New Castle)

Ocean County (NJ) Prosecutor’s Office (Toms River)

Office of the U.S. Bankruptcy Trustee – DE (Wilmington)

Office of Chief Counsel – U.S. Internal Revenue Service (Philadelphia)

Office of the Chief United States Probation Officer – DE (Wilmington)

Office of Corporate Counsel – Thomas Jefferson University (Philadelphia)

Office of Counsel to New Castle County Council (Wilmington)

Office of General Counsel – Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ (Hopewell; Newark)

Office of the District Attorney – Bucks County, Pennsylvania (Doylestown)

Office of the District Attorney – Chester County, Pennsylvania (West Chester)

Office of the District Attorney – Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (Norristown)

Office of the District Attorney – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Office of General Counsel, Pennsylvania Department of Education (Harrisburg)

Office of the Prosecutor – Camden County, New Jersey

Office of the State’s Attorney – Cecil County, Maryland (Elkton)

Office of United States Senator Cory A. Booker (Newark)

State of Delaware – Delaware Department of Justice, Traffic Safety Division (Wilmington)

State of Delaware – Delaware Department of Justice, Consumer Protection Unit (Wilmington)

State of Delaware – Delaware Department of Justice, Office of Civil Rights and Public Trust

State of Delaware – Department of Justice, Civil Division (Wilmington)

State of Delaware – Delaware Department of Justice, Criminal Division (Wilmington)

State of Delaware – Delaware Department of Justice, Domestic Violence Unit (Wilmington)

State of Delaware – Delaware Department of Justice, Drug Overdose Fatality Review Commission

State of Delaware – Delaware Department of Justice, Family Division (Wilmington)

State of Delaware – Delaware Department of Justice, Sussex County Prosecutor (Georgetown)

State of Delaware – Department of State, Global Delaware (Wilmington)

State of Delaware – Office of the Child Advocate (Wilmington)

State of Delaware – Office of the Governor (Dover; Wilmington)

State of Delaware – Office of Defense Services (Wilmington)

State of New Jersey – Division of Taxation (Trenton)

Tax Conferee – Delaware Division of Revenue (Wilmington)

United Food & Commercial Workers Local 1776 (Plymouth Meeting)

U.S. Air Force Judge Advocate General (Washington)

U.S. Department of Education – Office of Civil Rights

U.S. Department of the Interior – Bureau of Indian Affairs

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services – Office of Regional Counsel

U.S. Department of Homeland Security – Immigration & Customs Enforcement

U.S. Department of Transportation - Federal Transit Administration