Delaware Law School at Widener University



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Delaware Law School (also known as Widener University Delaware Law School) is a private institution founded in 1971. It is the only law school in Delaware which makes it an integral part of Delaware’s collegial legal community in America’s corporate capital.


Delaware Law School is located in the city of Wilmington, in the state of Delaware.

  • 40 minutes from Philadelphia
  • 2 hours from New York City
  • 30 minutes from the University of Delaware (in Newark, Delaware)
  • 2 hours from Washington, D.C.

Student population

Delaware Law School is home to 515 students. This small population provides a community-oriented experience to the students.

Colleges and programs

Delaware Law School offers a three-year, full time JD (juris doctor) program as well as a part-time program with evening classes.

Widener offers LLM graduate programs at Delaware Law School, as well as other Compliance programs and certificates, dual degree programs to help students understand the law from every perspective.

Signature programs focus on corporate law, criminal law and trial advocacy, environmental law, and family health law.

Faculty members are top-rated teachers and scholars with vast expertise, and include 15 judges, all of whom are dedicated to your success as a student and future lawyer.

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