How to Succeed on Your Con Law Final, Pt. 2

Did you miss the panel presentation on March 30th?  No problem. DVDs of the program are now available at the Library Circulation Desk for borrowing.

Upper division students provided outstanding advice on how to study for and take Constitutional Law exams.  Sponsored by the Academic Success Program and the Constitutional Law Association.

Informational Meeting with St. Thomas More Society Members

Please join members from the St. Thomas More Society of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington for PIZZA and an informational meeting on Wednesday, April 13th at noon.

Law Room 237

The St. Thomas More Society of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington is a collection of lawyers of various faiths committed to the examples set by St. Thomas More.  Founded in 1988, the Society is an active organization within the Delaware legal community, hosting numerous events, including free lectures and CLEs, an annual Award Dinner, and the Red Mass, throughout the year.  Come learn about the Society and network with and hear from a variety of its members regarding their diverse practice areas.


Food and Drug Law, 6th Annual CLE at Widener University Delaware Law School

6th Annual CLE entitled “All Matters FDA: 2016 Year in Review and Top Notables–Crimes, Misdemeanors and More”

Wednesday, March 23, from 1-3 PM, in Barristers’ Club.

If you are interested in food and drug law, please attend.  This is an incredible opportunity to network with local attorneys.  The event is free for students with their student ID.  Please register at:

Constitutional Law Trivia Night and Food Drive

Please join us for our Con Law Trivia Contest!

Prizes, Free Appetizers and Happy Hour Pricing!

WHEN: Thursday, March 31st, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
WHERE: Catch 202
ADMISSION: Non-Perishable Food Item

All non-perishable food items will be donated to the
West End Neighborhood Center in downtown Wilmington
All students and faculty are welcome to attend!

Sponsored by Constitutional Law Association

“Adapting the First Amendment to the Changing World of Journalism”

Dean Smolla will speak in the Ruby R. Vale Moot Courtroom for a National Sunshine Week program presented by Delaware Press Association and Delaware Coalition for Open Government.

As the way journalists report news, and the public consumes it, evolves at a breathtaking pace, the words of the First Amendment remain unchanged from their adoption 225 years ago.  Dean Smolla will explore the cherished American rights presented by the First Amendment, and how it adapts in our use of modern communication channels.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Starting at 6:30 p.m.