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We heard from the Court last week that it has selected a new magistrate judge for the District of Delaware: Eleanor G. Tennyson.

The announcement describes her background:

The United States District Court for the District of Delaware is pleased to announce its selection of Eleanor G. Tennyson as a United States Magistrate Judge. Ms. Tennyson fills the position vacated by Judge Jennifer Hall upon Judge Hall’s elevation to the District Court.
Ms. Tennyson is an honors graduate of Grinnell College and received her master’s degree in chemistry from the Clemson University Graduate School of Chemistry. Ms. Tennyson earned her law degree from the University of Iowa College of Law where she was managing editor of the Iowa Law Review.
Ms. Tennyson has been a career law clerk for the Honorable Maryellen Noreika, United States District Judge, District of Delaware since October 2018. She previously worked as an associate in the intellectual property group at Morris, Nicols, Arsht & Tunnell LLP. Her work there focused on patent litigation, particularly Hatch-Waxman cases and matters involving the chemical arts.

See the Court's announcement. A big welcome to Judge Tennyson!

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