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Founding Judicial Fellows Josh Berkowitz (left) and Alexander Burns (right) meet with Delaware Supreme Court Chief
Justice Leo E. Strine Jr.
The Judicial Fellows Program provides full-time graduate students with the opportunity to gain valuable on-the-job experience working closely with Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) administrators and staff for the State of Delaware.
Judicial Fellows observe the court-management process, perform court-related research, offer technical support to judicial committees and subcommittees, and contribute to written reports and data analysis for the Judicial Branchs strategic planning efforts.
For the Judiciary, the program provides students who are committed to researching best practices and assisting the administrative staff to achieve process improvement.
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The Judicial Fellows Program is a
partnership between the University of Delawares Institute for Public
Administration and the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC).
To apply to the Judicial Fellows Program, visit the program's Eligibility and Selection page.
For more information about the Judicial Fellows Program, contact Program Managers Julia O'Hanlon or Lisa Moreland Allred.