1976 University of Delaware (BA cum laude in Spanish and Criminal Justice)
1979 Delaware Law School of Widener College (Juris Doctor)
DE and MD US District Courts
US Supreme Court
Delaware Bar Association
Delaware Bankruptcy Law Section
Delaware Bar Association Multi-Cultural Judges and Lawyers Section
National Association of Consumer Law Advocates
1982 Presented from Delaware Business and Professional Women’s Club: Woman of the Year.1982 Passed by New Castle County Council: Outstanding Achievement Resolution.
1983 Profiled in a book entitled: A Legacy from Delaware Woman.
2001 & 2010 Voted one of Delaware Top Lawyers.
1978-1980 Contributor to: Women’s Rights and Law Handbook.
1983 Seminar Lecturer: Goldey-Beacom College The Working Woman.
1983 Speaker: University of Delaware, Delaware Humanities Forum.
John F. Kennedy Remembered. Rules of Evidence as Applied to the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
1984-1986 Adjunct Instructor at the University of Delaware semesters: Women and the Law.
1988 Speaker, Taft Seminar for Teachers, University of Delaware: Running for Local Office: A Campaign Manger’s Report.
1989 What are the First Steps to Successful Political Involvement.
1990 How Accessible is Delaware’s Political System?
1991 Voter Alienation and Progressive Politics.
1992 Speaker, Delaware Association for Public Administration Public Forum:
Women and the U.S. Political Crisis.
Speaker, Delaware Business and Professional Women’s Club:
Thoughts on Developing a New Feminist Agenda.
Speaker, Padua Academy: Career Day.
Author, brochure entitled Bankruptcy Facts and Fiction – What you Need to Know to Protect Yourself.
1995-1999 Seminar Lecturer: The Impact of Bankruptcy on the Dissolution of Marriage in Delaware.
Seminar Lecturer: Advanced Consumer Bankruptcy Issues in Delaware.
1996 Article published in Delaware Advocate Magazine: One Lawyer’s Thoughts on Advertising and the Legal Profession.
2008 Author of an Op-Ed in the Delaware News Journal: Proposed Mortgage Modification Law Should Reduce Foreclosures Nationally.