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Phi Delta Phi - Amaker Inn

Faculty Advisor: James J. Grogan

Phi Delta Phi is the oldest professional fraternity in the nation. It was founded in 1869 by a group of law students who pledged to "promote a higher standard of professional ethics and culture" in law schools and in the profession at large, and to unite students "in the bonds of affection and brotherly love for the purpose of encompassing these ends." Loyola's chapter of Phi Delta Phi shares these goals and builds its own objectives through activities throughout the school year. Phi Delta Phi is a non-political organization with some of the most powerful and influential lawyers, judges and politicians as its members. It is an honorary fraternity and there is a minimum grade point average requirement for membership and good academic standing is required of all its members.

If you would like to join, please contact the President/Magister.

For information on the affiliated organization: Phi Delta Phi

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