Todd Clark Appointed Dean of Delaware Law School at Widener University

Todd Clark will be the next dean of the Delaware Law School at Widener University in Wilmington. He will take office on July 1.

Clark is currently serving as senior associate dean of academic affairs and a tenured law professor at St. Thomas University College of Law in Miami Gardens, Florida.

“I am honored and humbled to be selected as the next dean of Delaware Law School,” Professor Clark said. “This is a school that has launched the careers of thousands of distinguished legal professionals, particularly in Delaware and the surrounding region. I am excited to be joining the First State and look forward to meeting the students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors, and friends who make up the proud Delaware Law community. I am confident we will accomplish great things together.”

Before his time at St. Thomas University, Clark taught business associations, contracts, corporate justice, and employment discrimination at the North Carolina Central University School of Law in Durham. He is the co-author of Corporate Justice (Carolina Academic Press, 2016) as well as numerous law review articles and other scholarship on social justice, corporate discretion, and sexual harassment topics.

Clark holds an undergraduate degree in political science from Wittenberg University in Ohio and an MBA from West Virginia University College of Business and Economics. He received a juris doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law where he was president of the Black Law Students Association.

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