Clinic Students Receive Oath from Delaware Supreme Court Justice
Web Editor - Published: January 30, 2009
OathClinic09_235px“I hope that someday you will come and argue before the Delaware Supreme Court,” concluded Delaware Supreme Court Justice Randy J. Holland after administering an oath admitting two students to the limited practice of law.

On Monday, Janurary 26, 2009, Delaware Civil Clinic students Ada U. Chiejina and Amy B. Minnich were sworn in under Rule 56, which permits them to appear in certain Delaware courts as part of their work with the Delaware Civil Clinic. Professor Dana Harrington Conner, Director of the Delaware Civil Clinic, moved the admission of two students for admittance to the limited practice of law. Chiejina and Minnich join Christopher C. Cooper and Juliette E. Lewis, who were sworn into the limited practice of law on September 8, 2008 and are returning to assist the clinic during the spring semester.

Calling Associate Professor Harrington Conner and Adjunct Professor Janine Howard O’Rangers excellent role models, Justice Holland noted, “Legal education at Widener is very important,” and he told the students, “When you graduate, you will be ready to enter the legal profession.”