Phi Delta Phi

Pepperdine Law

President

Shantal Razban-Nia

Faculty Advisor

Robert Cochran


Welcome to the homepage of the Prosser Inn, a chapter of the Phi Delta Phi Honors Legal Society.

Phi Delta PhiLeadership

Magister Shantal Razban-Nia
Vice-Magister Victoria Votino
Exchequer Madison Oberg
Historian Samuel Fox
Clerk/Scholarship Trent Merriwether
Alumni Chair Samantha Burdick
   

Faculty Advisor

Professor Robert Cochran


About Phi Delta Phi

"Phi Delta Phi is the oldest legal organization in continuous existence in the United States, predating even the American Bar Association. It was founded in 1869 at the University of Michigan School of Law by four law students, who at the urging of their faculty, endeavored to create an association that would foster scholarship, civility, and ethical conduct in our profession. Since that time, Phi Delta Phi has grown beyond the borders of the United States to Canada, Latin America and Europe. Phi Delta Phi celebrates academic excellence and embraces the finest attributes of professionalism and scholarship.

Since our founding, Phi Delta Phi has emphasized to students and lawyers alike the importance of our calling. Our active membership is drawn from those students of the law who not only have shown themselves companionable, but have manifested ability and industry in legal study. Similar to membership in Phi Beta Kappa in the undergraduate colleges and universities, membership in Phi Delta Phi is a mark of honor and distinction that follows one throughout life.

Academic achievement alone is not sufficient to give rise to an invitation to join Phi Delta Phi. Integrity, service, and excellence in all facets of human experience are considered factors for membership. In the words of our Phi Delta Phi forefathers, we intend that those so selected shall lead the legal profession. Once accepted, a member of Phi Delta Phi will be recognized as one whose moral compass, academic ability, and personal integrity is beyond reproach. In other words, membership is a mark of distinction." (Phi Delta Phi, Homepage)


For more information, please visit www.phideltaphi.org or contact a board member.