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Hon. Carolyn Berger

Delaware Supreme Court
Justice
Wilmington, DE, USA


Carolyn Berger was appointed to the Delaware Supreme Court in 1994 by Governor Thomas R. Carper.  Before becoming a Justice, she served for ten years as a Vice Chancellor on the Court of Chancery.  Prior to her appointment to that Court, Justice Berger practiced law as a corporate litigator for a multi-national law firm and as a Deputy Attorney General.  She holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Rochester and a law degree from Boston University.

Justice Berger is a member of the American Law Institute and the American Bar Foundation.  She was formerly an adjunct professor at Widener University School of Law and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from that school in 1996.  Justice Berger is a past President of the Richard S. Rodney American Inn of Court, and has served on the Board of Bar Examiners.  More recently, she served on the Steering Committee for Delaware’s successful hosting of the 2008 National Mock Trial Competition. 

During the course of her career, Justice Berger has worked on many community associations, including serving as President of The Milton & Hattie Kutz Home, Inc., and as a member of the Board of Directors of the Delaware Region of the National Conference of Christians & Jews, Inc.
 

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