Robert B. Young
The Honorable Robert B. Young was appointed to
the Superior Court of Delaware on February 17, 2005.
Judge Young received his B.A. from Denison University in 1965, and his
J.D. from the Ohio State
School of Law in 1969. After practice in Dayton, Ohio from 1969
to 1974, he was admitted to practice in Delaware in 1975.
Prior to his appointment to the Superior Court bench he was in partnership
with his son at Young & Young in Dover, Delaware.
Judge Young is the past president of the Delaware State Bar Association
and the Delaware Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates. He
was a past counselor of the Terry-Carey Inn of Court, and was the recipient
of its Professionalism Award. In 2005, he received the Shofar
Judicial Award for Outstanding Service.
He serves on state boards
of the Delaware Senior Olympics and the Blue-Gold All-Star Basketball
Games. He is the author of The Trial of Elinor Ruttee, a musical celebrating 300 years of Court on The Green in Dover; and Macbeth—A Family Musical, A Tale of Two Cities—The Rock Opera, Moby Dick—A Maritime Musicale, and An American Tragedy—A Comedy performed by the Delaware State Bar Association for the Combined Campaign for Justice.
Judge Young's present term ends February 17, 2017.