Phi Alpha Delta
Faculty Advisor: Neil Williams
Phi Alpha Delta is the largest international legal organization in the world. The fraternity strives to create a dialogue among law students, professors, practicing attorneys and judges. This interchange provides students with practical information and legal skills generally not addressed by the academic curriculum. Loyola's chapter of the fraternity is known as the Daniel Webster Chapter and has been recognized nationally for its excellence.
In 2004 the Webster Chapter of Phil Alpha Delta at Loyola established the annual Mary Ann G. McMorrow Alumni Achievement Award, to recognize Loyola alumni/ae who have demonstrated excellence in the practice of law and a commitment to the legal field. The initial recipient of the award was Justice McMorrow, a distinguished alumna of Loyola and the first woman to serve as the Chief Justice of the Illinois Supreme Court.
For information on the affiliated organization: www.pad.org