Eligibility for Membership Auxiliary
The Membership Auxiliary is a membership level in Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International for those interested in joining that don’t currently meet the membership eligibility requirements for honorary, pre law, law, or alumni membership.

Anyone with an interest in the legal profession is welcome to join the Auxiliary. Any person who is not an attorney, but who is either in a field that would benefit from association with attorneys and law students or who wishes to support the Fraternity and its members shall be eligible to join the Phi Alpha Delta Membership Auxiliary.

This can include, but is not limited to educators, paralegals, legal secretaries, court reporters, process servers, investigators, legal publishers, or continuing legal education providers. We welcome individuals who may be considering a career choice in the legal field or those currently in the legal field looking to advance their careers. We encourage spouses of P.A.D. members, our pre-law members that didn’t move onto law school, high school students, part-time students, and online students to join as auxiliary members.

Any currently enrolled student can become a member whether or not there is a currently chartered chapter at their school. Each student without a chartered chapter, or who is in the process of chartering a chapter, will register online under the “auxiliary” membership. The student’s auxiliary membership will be accepted as soon as the Executive Office receives their online auxiliary membership application and annual dues.

For further information on auxiliary membership eligibility please contact the Executive Office at membership@pad.org or (410) 347-3118.

Membership is not open to vendors, business partners, or those whose primary purpose is to market or sell products or services to members. For partnership opportunities please email our Director of Communications, Cory Freeman, at cory@pad.org.
Our Mission

Phi Alpha Delta is the world’s preeminent law fraternity because of our dedication to service: service to the student, the school, the profession, and the community.

It is through devotion to the ideals of Integrity, Compassion, Courage, Professionalism, Service, Diversity, and Innovation that we better both our profession and our community. Through accepting our differences we become not just a law fraternity, but a family.