The Delaware Journal of Corporate Law is a student-edited publication established in 1975 at Widener University Delaware Law School as a medium to keep business-law practitioners abreast of critical issues within their areas of expertise.
The Delaware Journal of Corporate Law produces three issues per volume in Delaware, the heart of American corporate activity, and is in a unique position to maintain a corporate law focus. However, the scope of our published content remains broad.
We publish articles that fall within the scope of the American Bar Association’s Section of Business Law, including:
- Professional Responsibility
- Insurance Law
- Law Firms
- Criminal Laws
- Employee Benefits
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Environmental Controls
- Food, Drug and Cosmetic Law
- Health Law
- International Business Law
- Public Interest Issues
Our readers benefit from exposure to myriad areas of developing law. In addition to Notes and Comments, we publish unpublished Delaware Court of Chancery decisions.
The following are some of our most notable subscribers: The United States Supreme Court, The Delaware Supreme Court, The Delaware Court of Chancery, the Federal Trade Commission, General Mills, Bank of America, Time Warner, Inc., BlueCross BlueShield, Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom, Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz, and several other national and local law firms.
The Delaware Journal of Corporate Law is nationally and locally renowned for attracting legal experts. Our published content is routinely cited and relied upon by authors and judges. For example, the Delaware Supreme Court and Delaware Court of Chancery have cited to Delaware Journal of Corporate Law articles in decisions. See, e.g., North River Ins. Co. v. Mine Safety Appliances Co., C.A. No. 8456-VCG, at *30 n.75 (Del. Nov. 8, 2014) (citing E. Micheletti & J. Parker, Multi-Jurisdictional Litigation: Who Caused This Problem, and Can It Be Fixed? 37 Del. J. Corp. L., 1 (2012)).