Delaware Courts are currently in Phase Three of the reopening plan as of June 1, 2021. Learn more about the public reopening plan.

For the latest on the Delaware Judiciary response to COVID-19 – and for contact information for each court during this emergency – please visit The Delaware Judiciary Response to Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) page.

The Delaware Courts will be closed Friday June 18, 2021 in honor of Juneteenth. Justice of the Peace Courts 11 (New Castle County), 7 (Kent County), and 3 (Sussex County) will remain open.

Office of Disciplinary Counsel

The Office of Disciplinary Counsel ("ODC") assists the Delaware Supreme Court with the Court's regulation of the practice of law in the state of Delaware.

Lawyers are expected to comply with the professional standards established by the Supreme Court in the Delaware Lawyers' Rules of Professional Conduct ("Rules"). ODC evaluates and investigates disciplinary complaints alleging lawyers violated the Rules. If warranted, ODC may seek to initiate formal disciplinary proceedings against lawyers. Disciplinary complaints and proceedings are confidential.

ODC also investigates claims regarding the unauthorized practice of law in Delaware according to the Rules of the Unauthorized Practice of Law Subcommittee of the Board on Professional Responsibility ("UPL Rules").

Office of Disciplinary Counsel
The Renaissance Centre
405 North King Street, Suite 420
Wilmington, Delaware 19801
P: (302) 651-3931   |   F: (302) 651-3939