P.A.D. Pre-Law Fraternity


P.A.D. Pre-Law Fraternity

Founded in 1902, Phi Alpha Delta is the world’s prominent law fraternity aimed at providing service to the student, the school, and the community. Striving to be in the premier legal community, Phi Alpha Delta is the second-largest legal organization in the United States—second only to the American Bar Association.

The UCCS Chapter was first established in 1988 and has returned to campus with goals of growing the law community, connecting like-minded individuals, and aiding students to develop their future careers.

Phi Alpha Delta membership allows for students to:

  • Receive discounts on LSAT prep, admissions counseling, school supplies, and more
  • Attend the National Pre-Law Conference and Mock Trial Competition
  • Waive law school application fees
  • Attend the P.A.D. Day at the Supreme Court
  • Network and gain professional contacts
  • Work in professional programs
  • Participate in academic assistance programs
  • Develop leadership skills
  • Make new friends and attend social activities
  • Be associated with prominent leaders in the legal profession
  • Attend the Phi Alpha Delta Leadership Summit
  • Be a part of a pre-law to law Senior Transition Program
  • Qualify to be part of the Society of Scholars

Being a member of Phi Alpha Delta adds you to the community of over 330,000 members consisting of pre-law students, law school students, lawyers, judges, Senators, Congress representatives, Supreme Court Justices, and former U.S. Presidents.

Phi Alpha Delta was the first law fraternity to open membership to all genders, races, creeds, and national origins, and we would love to have you join our chapter at UCCS!

If you are interested or have questions about furthering your professional career, participating in a community of fellow students, and joining an internationally recognized professional fraternity, do not hesitate to contact any of our executive board members below.

We are beyond excited to have you join this incredible organization,

Aidan Meadows
Shannon Fechtner
Vice President
Camille Shaw
Dawson Wilcox