Featured in the Seminar Series will be noted Delaware historian, Professor Carol E. Hoffecker on March 11; State Archivist C. Russell McCabe, April 22; and, William T. Quillen, retired Delaware State Judge, June 3.
...On June 3, William T. Quillen, retired Delaware State Judge, and life-long member of the New Castle Presbyterian Church, will speak on "George Gray: A New Castle Presbyterian's Contribution to His State, Nation and World."
judicial retirement in 2000, Bill
wrote a history of Potter Anderson & Corroon
as part of the firm's celebration of its 175th Anniversary.
, currently in an "Of Counsel" capacity at Drinker Biddle & Reath
, is a product of William Penn elementary school, Wilmington Friends School, Williams College and the Harvard Law School
.He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and earned an LL.M. degree from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1982, while serving as a judge.He has taught law school courses at the Widener University School of Law since 1976 and has an Honorary LL.D. from Widener. Bill's
working career includes stints at the Wilmington law firms of Richards Layton & Finger
and Potter Anderson & Corroon
and service on Delaware's
three constitutional courts - the Superior Court, the Court of Chancery and the Supreme Court, and as Delaware's Secretary of State.
The New Castle Presbyterian Church
is recognizing its 350 years of outreach to the community of New Castle
with a year-long series of events and celebrations with a goal of involving everyone in the community.