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Why Join Phi Delta Phi?


The choice of a legal society may depend upon many factors, one of which, obviously, is the local chapter. But if you look for the Society with the largest number of student leaders; with the highest standards of scholarship and service; and with a fellowship based upon more than mere sociability -- you will find that it is Phi Delta Phi. The individuals you want to be associated with very likely are those who are guided by the ideals stated in the "Preamble" of the Phi Delta Phi Constitution:
We, the undersigned students of the Law Department of the University of Michigan, in order to promote a higher standard of professional ethics and culture in this and other law schools and the profession at large, and desiring to unite ourselves in the endearing bonds of affection and brotherly love for the purpose of encompassing these ends, do associate ourselves into a Society to be known as Phi Delta Phi.

December 13, 1869
As a member of the oldest and most prestigious professional Society on earth, our initiates join the ranks of Presidents and Supreme Court Justices, political figures and legal giants in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe. No other legal Society can offer the full range of benefits that come with membership in Phi Delta Phi.