Legal Fraternities in Law School

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Silver93
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Legal Fraternities in Law School

Postby Silver93 » Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:28 pm

I apologize if this question has been previously discussed somewhere on this board, as I am an infrequent contributer...

I was invited to join Phi Delta Phi at my law school, and I didnt know if any current members or other law students had any input on the merits or advantages of joining such an organization. Is joining a legal fraternity worth the time and money, or is it more or less just another thing to toss on the resume? Thanks in advance.

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nealric
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Re: Legal Fraternities in Law School

Postby nealric » Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:52 pm

The only possible advantage is networking. Nobody cares about the resume line.

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Re: Legal Fraternities in Law School

Postby ggocat » Mon Mar 01, 2010 6:08 pm

nealric wrote:The only possible advantage is networking. Nobody cares about the resume line.

+1.




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