Judge Calvin L. Scott Jr.
The Honorable Calvin L. Scott Jr. was appointed to the Superior Court
of Delaware by Governor Ruth Ann Minner on February 19, 2003.
Judge Scott received his B.S. degree from Carnegie Mellon University
and his J.D. and L.L.M. in Corporate Law and Finance from Widener
University School of Law.
Prior to joining the Superior Court, he was a Deputy Attorney General
in the Delaware Department of Justice, Civil Division. He supervised
the group that provides counsel to the state's departments and agencies
and performs administrative prosecutions.
Judge Scott is the vice-president-at-large of the Delaware State Bar
Association. He served on the board of the Delaware Bar Foundation,
the Family Court's Committee on Self Represented Litigants Before the
Court, and as chair of the Pro Se Litigation Assistance Committee. He
also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Independence School, and
on the Board of the Diamond Gymnastics Athletic Association. Judge Scott
served on the Delaware Supreme Court's Board of Professional Responsibility,
the Permanent Advisory Committee on the Delaware Lawyers' Rules of Professional
Conduct and the Committee on Professionalism.
Judge Scott's present term ends February 19, 2015.