[Englmajors] Pre-law? Join Phi Alpha Delta
swayze at u.washington.edu
Tue Apr 14 08:42:00 PDT 2009
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Are you interested in law? Have you ever considered joining a pre-law
club? If you have, then Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity (PAD) is right
for you! As you may already know, we're the main pre-law group on the UW
campus and part of the biggest law fraternity in the world. We basically
exist to help students interested in law (passionate and curious alike)
make an informed decision about law school and law as a career by
providing all the necessary resources available. Joining PAD is also a
great way to network with other students sharing the same interest as you
and with professionals in the legal field.
PAD has branches at the undergraduate level, in law school, and in the law
communities. All of these branches need to be applied to separately, and
past the undergraduate level, are very competitive. It is a fact that
being a member of PAD as an undergraduate does help your chances of
getting into PAD in law school.
The UW branch offers information about law school, guest speakers from
fields of law, law student panels, law fairs, LSAT info, shadowing law
students, and perhaps a mock trial, among many others. We?re also
actively involved in philanthropy events and like to put on a few fun
socials throughout the quarter.
Be sure to also check out our website, which has a lot of important
information about our club (http://students.washington.edu/lawyer2b/).
Our weekly meetings are in Balmer 204 at 5:30. The next meeting is this
Tuesday, April 14. Lewis & Clark Law School representative JB Kim will be
coming to speak to us about the law school admissions process and what L&C
has to offer. In addition, we'd like to bring to your attention that
elections are coming up on April 28. If you want to be part of an
exciting academic and social club, then we'd highly encourage you to
attend and be actively involved, whether that's through running for office
If you have any questions, feel free to email lawyer2b at u.washington.edu.
We look forward to seeing and getting to know you!
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