William Judge, Jr. Graduates from Widener Law
Judge graduated from Widener law school on May 19 and plans to work at the Delaware County District Attorney's Office. He received the E. Wallace Chadwick Memorial Scholarship.
The Widener University School of Law recently held awards ceremonies on both of its law campuses to honor students who accomplished outstanding achievements.
William Judge Jr. of Springfield was honored during a ceremony at the Wilmington campus Tuesday, April 3.
He received the E. Wallace Chadwick Memorial Scholarship, awarded to a student who grew up in Delaware County or is a current resident, and has shown a commitment to community service.
Judge graduated from the law school on May 19. He plans to work at the Delaware County District Attorney's Office. He is the son of Bill and Kathy Judge of Springfield.
Widener University is a metropolitan university that connects curricula to social issues through civic engagement. The School of Law is fully accredited by the American Bar Association and holds membership in the Association of American Law Schools. Widener provides an all-around comprehensive legal education program with special certificates available from its Health Law Institute, the Law & Government Institute, the Taishoff Advocacy, Technology and Public Service Institute, and the Institute of Delaware Corporate and Business Law. Widener Law has two locations: the Wilmington, Del. campus, which opened in 1971, and the Harrisburg, Pa. campus, which opened in 1989. Visit law.widener.edu for more information.