Tennessee and Delaware Business Court Reposts from March 2022 (Business court program in TN; getting young lawyers experience in DE)

Vanderbilt Law School Puts on Business Courts Program with help of Delaware Business Court Judge

On March 15, 2022, Vanderbilt Law School sponsored a one hour program, Business Courts from Tennessee to Delaware. The format was a one hour dialogue with Vice Chancellor Joseph Slights III from Delaware’s Court of Chancey, and Chancellor Anne C. Martin, from the Davidson County, Tennessee Chancery Court.  Chancellor Martin’s duties include her assignment as the Business Court Docket judge.  Before being appointed as Vice-Chancellor, VC Slights was a judge in Delaware’s Superior Court, where his docket included that court’s Complex Commercial Litigation Division.  Thus, he is one of the few jurists to serve on more than one business court.

Delaware Business Court Adopts Order to Promote Courtroom Experience for Newer Lawyers

The Delaware Superior Court’s Complex Commercial Litigation Division has adopted an order to promote courtroom practice opportunities for newer lawyers.  This order focuses on oral arguments on motions.

A copy of the March 17, 2022 Order can be found here.

Posted by Lee Applebaum