DePaul's Phi Alpha Delta receives "outstanding" chapter award, second year running

DePaul University College of Law's Joseph Story Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta received the Stanley H. Kohn Outstanding Chapter Award for the second year in a row.

Story Chapter is one of only five law school chapters in the fraternity's 112-year history to win the Outstanding Chapter Award twice consecutively. One of the largest and most active chapters in the fraternity, Story Chapter has consistently earned awards for individual officers and recruiting efforts.

The chapter also won a third place Outstanding Professional Program Award for the lunch lecture series "Pop Law."

Phi Alpha Delta offers prestigious recognition through 19 law chapter awards and the opportunity for members to win five scholarships annually. Awards and scholarships recognize members and chapters of the fraternity for their work maintaining and promoting Phi Alpha Delta’s mission, vision and values by advancing integrity, compassion and courage through service to the student, the school, the profession and the community.

Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International is the largest professional law fraternity in the world. Established in 1902, Phi Alpha Delta was the first law fraternity to open membership to all genders, races, creeds and national origins and, the first to establish a pre-law program to assist undergraduate students interested in the law.