Taishoff Advocacy, Technology and Public Service Institute (Delaware)
The Taishoff Advocacy, Technology and Public Service Institute offers programs focused on advocacy and technology. If your primary interest as a Widener Law student is to advance your litigation skills while preparing to defend future clients, the Trial Advocacy Certificate program is for you. As of 2008, the Advocacy and Technology Institute also offers and supervises a certificate program in criminal law.

The Taishoff Advocacy, Technology and Public Service Institute teaches about the trial process from initial client interviews through summation. The Institute offers a variety of specialized courses and seminars as well as a nationally recognized Intensive Trial Advocacy Program and opportunities for students to participate in interscholastic advocacy competitions, coached by skilled practitioners. The Institute also offers continuing legal education in advocacy skills and theory.

If your goal is to be a litigator, the Taishoff Advocacy, Technology and Public Service Institute will provide the necessary tools.


Contact Information
Director: Professor Jules Epstein
Phone: (302)-477-2031
Email: jepstein@widener.edu