Delaware Journal of Corporate Law
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History
The Delaware Journal of Corporate Law is the most established law review of Widener University School of Law. Established in 1975, the Journal has continually provided the nation’s legal community with well-researched and analytical articles on issues of timely significance.

Because the Journal is situated in Delaware, the heart of American corporate activity, it is in a unique position to maintain a corporate law focus. Its scope, however, is extremely broad. We consider for publication articles that fall within the scope of the American Bar Association’s Section of Business Law. Some of the current committees of that section are: 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; and Telecommunications. Accordingly, future members of the Journal can expect to develop a range of knowledge extending far beyond corporate law.

National Recognition
As a member of the editorial board, you’ll be part of a nationally recognized publication with over thirty years of history. Journal articles have been cited in publications such as the Harvard Law Review, Yale Law Journal, the Michigan Law Review, and the Stanford Law Review. The Delaware Supreme Court and Delaware Court of Chancery have also cited Journal articles. Recently, Washington & Lee Law School ranked the Journal 11th out of 411 specialized law reviews, 1st among student-edited journals based upon citations in federal and state court opinions under "Corporations and Associations" and "Commercial Law." The editorial board sponsors the Francis G. Pileggi Distinguished Lecture in Law, an annual lecture featuring a noted authority on corporate law. Published three times per year, the Journal also prints unreported corporate opinions from the Delaware Court of Chancery.