phi alpha delta
University of Missouri - St. Louis
WHAT IS PHI ALPHA DELTA?
Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International, is the largest professional legal fraternity. It is composed of pre-law students, law students, legal educators, attorneys, judges and government officials. Phi Alpha Delta was founded in 1902 to promote a higher standard of professional competency and achievement within the legal profession. The Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law program was established in 1980 to recognize the needs of pre-law students and develop a program to help them attend law school and pursue a legal career. There are approximately 200 Phi Alpha Delta pre-law chapters in the United States. For more information about Phi Alpha Delta, visit its website at www.pad.org.
WHY JOIN PHI ALPHA DELTA, PRE-LAW CHAPTER?
Membership in Phi Alpha Delta is held in very high esteem by law schools and law firms across the country. In addition, pre-law students will belong to a legal fraternity that promotes camaraderie, high academic standards and preparation for the study of law. Phi Alpha Delta members are eligible for a variety of membership benefits. If you are planning to attend law school and are looking for a pre-law fraternity with student leaders, high standards of academic scholarship, good fellowship and service, Phi Alpha Delta, University of Missouri - St. Louis Pre-Law Chapter is the one for you. The Phi Alpha Delta motto is, "Service to the student, the school, the profession and the community."
PHI ALPHA DELTA, UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI - ST. LOUIS, PRE-LAW CHAPTER
The charter for Phi Alpha Delta, University of Missouri - St. Louis, Pre-Law Chapter, was granted in November 2000. The chapter initiation ceremony was held on January 11, 2001. Phi Alpha Delta meets biweekly to discuss a range of activities regarding the fraternity. Phi Alpha Delta is a coed fraternity and welcomes new members. For more information about Phi Alpha Delta, contact the officers for the 2006-2007 academic year:
, Student Government Association Representative