Delta Theta Phi
Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity, International, founded in 1900, is one of the three leading professional law fraternities in the world. It has over 100,000 initiated members, many of whom are distinguished persons in government, in business, in international affairs, on the judiciary, and in the general practice of law. Delta Theta Phi has student senates across the United States, in Hawaii, in Puerto Rico, in Canada and in Iceland. Each biennium, these student senates initiate several thousand new members. The principal objectives of Delta Theta Phi are: “…to unit fraternally congenial students of the law, scholarship and legal learning…to promote justice…and to advance the interests of every college of law with which this Fraternity shall be associated.” Delta Theta Phi is an international professional law fraternity, with strong emphasis on the word “professional”. It is therefore much different from the typical undergraduate social fraternity, although all of its senates do include some social functions among their activities. Membership in Delta Theta Phi is open to all students enrolled in fully accredited law schools. There are no restrictions based on race, sex, or religion. Delta Theta Phi has more than 100 alumni senates, located from Lost Angeles to Washington DC and from Miami to Detroit, which provide social and professional programs furthering the close personal and fraternal contacts between students and alumni who have entered the practice of law or other professional. Delta Theta Phi thus bridges the gap for the young law student to the successful practice of law. Through the friendships made at Delta Theta Phi functions, mutual benefits are other derived by both students and alumni.
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