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Woman joins Delaware Court of Chancery

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The Judicial Update

October 7, 2011

Delaware: Abigail LeGrow is the second woman to join the Delaware Court of Chancery as a Master In Chancery, a role with administrative and adjudication duties. The Masters In Chancery are often later selected to serve on the court as Vice Chancellors.

"Although the choice was difficult, Abby LeGrow stood out as having the intellectual capacity, work ethic and ability to make timely decisions that is required for this important position," said Chancellor Leo E. Strine, Jr. in a statement.[1]

LeGrow has previously served as a law clerk to Justice Jack B. Jacobs of the Delaware Supreme Court. She received her law degree from the Penn State Dickinson School of Law.[1]

Kim E. Ayvazian is also serving the Chancery Court as a Master In Chancery.[2]