Student Profiles: Kevin Krauss
Studying abroad helped the 2012 president of the International Law Students Association find his passion for international law.
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Honor Societies, Journals & Organizations
In addition to the in-depth legal training you’ll receive in the classroom, you will be surrounded by opportunities for professional development and network building. With more than 60 activities and organizations on our two campuses there are many ways to get involved, stay informed, and keep in touch with your classmates, professors, and the thriving Delaware and Harrisburg legal communities—all while shaping your practical legal skills.

Law Reviews
Legal research and writing are important parts of any successful legal career. You can perfect those skills by working on The Delaware Journal of Corporate Law, the Widener Law Review (Delaware), the Widener Law Journal (Harrisburg), or our new online publication, the Widener Journal of Law, Economics and Race.

Moot Court Honor Society
Students who demonstrate exceptional oral and written advocacy skills can take part in the Moot Court Honor Societies in Delaware and Harrisburg. As a member, you can earn academic credit for a variety of Moot Court activities, including participation in interscholastic competitions, while learning the ins and outs of oral advocacy and brief writing.

Trial Advocacy Honor Society
Our Delaware and Harrisburg campuses each sponsor a Trial Advocacy Honor Society, which offers professional training for students who demonstrate the desire and academic prowess to become trial attorneys. Members can participate in training sessions and workshops as well as compete against fellow Widener Law students and represent the School through interscholastic trial competitions.