Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity
Our legal honors society mission is to promote the highest standard of ethics and professionalism in laws schools and the legal profession
What We Do:
We are the Bradlee Inn local chapter of the International Legal Honor Society Phi Delta Phi.
We are an organization that promotes hard work, legal values, and ethics. We also promote community service and networking opportunities both locally and nationally to broaden our members connections and make an impact on the greater legal community at large.
Executive Board 2018-2019
- President: Chelsea Carlton '19
Phi Delta Phis:
The total initiated membership of Phi Delta Phi exceeds 200,000 persons. More judges, American presidents, governors, senators, representatives, cabinet members, ambassadors, American Bar Association presidents, Association of American Law School presidents, and law school deans have come from the ranks of Phi Delta Phi than from any other legal fraternity.
Numerous American presidents, Supreme Court justices, and prominent members of the bar and bench have been initiated into Phi Delta Phi. Click here to view a list, which also include prominent initiates from Canada, Mexico, and Guatamala.
We spearhead the week long Making Strides event with other NEL|Boston organizations in October. In November, we host the "Charity for Immunity" canned good drive to donate to local shelters for those in need. We also host two Networking panels; One in the fall and a second in the spring semester for all NEL|B students. We invite alum and practicing attorneys in various areas of the law to speak with students about their experiences and tips and tricks on how land internships and jobs. These panels are followed by mixers to allow students to network and make connections.
In addition we foster learning and education for our members by providing Outline Workshops, an Outline Bank, and an MPRE worksh
TWEN - Student Group: Phi Delta Phi
Facebook - Members, once initiated, are invited to join the Facebook Group
(Members of the on-campus community can view the Phi Delta Phi TWEN page for additional information.)