DELAWARE JUDICIARY RECOGNIZED
Chief Justice Myron T. Steele of the Supreme Court spoke at the Colloquium on Contemporary Issues in Law & Business at the Yale Law School in February 2008 and at the Third Circuit Judicial Conference in Cambridge, Maryland in April 2008. He was also interviewed on WHYY on June 19, 2008 about the Delaware Courts’, particularly the Superior Court’s, #1 ranking for “Fairness in Litigation Climate for Business in the United States” for 7 consecutive years.
Vice Chancellor Donald F. Parsons, Jr. of the Court of Chancery and Judge Joseph R. Slights, III of the Superior Court co-wrote an article published in the March/April 2008 issue of Business Law Today entitled: The History of Delaware’s Business Courts; Their Rise to Preeminence.
Judge James A. Tull of the Justice of the Peace Court was named Justice of the Peace Court Judicial Officer of the Year for his work on pro se projects. Other nominees were Judge Debora Foor and Judge James A. Murray.