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To be eligible to join Phi Delta Phi, you must be a law student attending a school with an established Phi Delta Phi Student Inn. If your school does not currently have a Phi Delta Phi Student Inn, click here to learn how to charter an Inn at your school.
To be eligible for active membership, a law student must be of good moral character and in good academic standing at a law school in which a Student Inn is located. "In good academic standing" shall be defined as not less than the top 1/3 of the class or other recognized, scholastic, professional ethics or service standard in which the candidate for membership has excelled, including, but not limited to, membership on Moot Court, published journals, or service in legal clinics or community service as approved by the Council.
Each new member pays an initiation fee with due consideration for international exchange rates. Most, if not all, of the Student Inns are dependent upon "local dues" to finance their activities. These dues are established by each individual Inn, depending upon its needs. Alumni dues are strictly voluntary upon graduation. Alumni Dues provide approximately fifty percent of the income comprising the yearly General Operating Fund of the Society.
Phi Delta Phi is committed to the elimination of discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, handicap or disability, or sexual orientation.
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Any current undergraduate student at a university or college can become a member whether or not there is an established Hall at their school.
Each student without an established Hall, or who is in the process of chartering a Hall, will register online under the "Pre-Law Society” Group. The student's membership will be accepted as soon as headquarters receives their online registration and new member initiation fee. The Pre-Law Society group will allow students to access everything a Phi Delta Phi online membership entails.
Member's may join or charter a Hall at their school to allow them to take part in school functions, funding, elections of officers, and recruitment of members.
The one-time initiation fee is set at $135 USD, with due consideration for international exchange rates. Most, if not all, of the Student Halls are dependent upon "local dues" to finance their activities. These dues are established by each individual Hall, depending upon its needs. Alumni dues are strictly voluntary upon graduation. Alumni Dues provide approximately fifty percent of the income comprising the yearly General Operating Fund of the Society.
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