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|Current Court Information:|
|Delaware Supreme Court|
|Appointed by:||Thomas Carper|
|Past post:||Delaware Court of Chancery|
|Bachelors:||University of Rochester, 1969|
|Law School:||Boston University School of Law, 1976|
|Grad. School:||Boston University School of Education, 1971|
Carolyn Berger is an associate justice of the five member Delaware Supreme Court. She was first appointed to the court in the state's Commission-selection, political appointment method of judicial selection by Governor Thomas Carper on July 22, 1994. Her current term ends in July 2018. Berger is the first female to serve on the Court.
Berger earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Rochester in 1969. She received a Masters in Elementary Education in 1971 from Boston University School of Education and her Juris Doctor from Boston University School of Law in 1976.
Following her admission to the bar Berger became a Deputy Attorney General with the Delaware Department of Justice. In 1979 she entered private practice with the firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom where she worked until 1984. She also worked as an associate at Prickett, Ward, Burt & Sanders for a year. Justice Berger began her career on the bench in 1984 when she was appointed as a Vice Chancellor of the Delaware Court of Chancery where she served until her appointment to the Delaware Supreme Court in 1994.
Awards and Associations
- Honorary Doctor of Laws, Widener University School of Law
- Associate Member, Board of Bar Examiners
- Former President, Milton & Hattie Kutz Home
- Former Vice-President, Milton & Hattie Kutz Home
- Member, Community Advisory Council of the Junior League of Wilmington
- Board of Directors, Jewish Federation
- Board oF Directors, Delaware Region National Conference of Christians & Jews 
- Delaware Supreme Court
- The Deal Magazine, "Lyondell revisited", April 17, 2009
- Concurring Opinions, "Delaware Back to Sturdy Doctrine; Good Faith in Coma", March 31, 2009
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