JOHN V. WORK
Admitted to Practice in Delaware
John grew up in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, the Mushroom Capital of the World. After high school, he attended West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania where he received a B.A., summa cum laude, in Political Science with minors in History and Philosophy. In addition to several academic awards, John was a member of the Pi Gamma Mu and Pi Sigma Alpha honors societies. During his tenure at West Chester, John had the honor of interning for the Pennsylvania Governor's Policy Office as well as the Pennsylvania Rural Development Counsel.
He went on to attend Tulane Law School in New Orleans, Louisiana. John was a member of the Moot Court Board and Order of the Barrister. He focused much of his efforts of honing his litigation skills, and competed in multiple moot court competitions, including the ABA National Appellate Competition, New York City Bar Association National Appellate Competition, and Saul Lefkowitz Trademark and Unfair Competition Appellate Moot Court Competition. John also competed in competitions within Tulane, becoming Champion two consecutive years in 2003 and 2004.
Believing every legal advocate should be a competent legal advocate, John coached several moot court teams in law school. After law school, he volunteered to coach Widener Law School's Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition Team (2005-2006).
John began his legal career working for a large Philadelphia-based law firm where his practice focused on professional liability. He went on to work for a small business law firm in Wilimington, Delaware. When the principal of that firm decided to retire, John opened his own law firm, where he is pleased to provide personalized representation to a variety of clients.