Phi Delta Phi, established in 1869, holds the distinction of being the first professional society in the United States and one of the oldest and most distinguished professional organizations in the Western Hemisphere. Phi Delta Phi has chartered chapters - called Inns after the English Inns of Court - at law schools spread across the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe. Between students and practitioners, Phi Delta Phi has more than 200,000 members supporting its mission is to promote professionalism, ethics and culture in the law schools and the profession at large. More judges, American presidents, governors, senators, representatives, cabinet association presidents, and law school deans are from the ranks of Phi Delta Phi than from any other legal society. Phi Delta Phi also offers numerous scholarship opportunities to its members. The Lewis F. Powell, Jr. Inn of Phi Delta Phi was chartered at the Law School on October 27,1980. To be eligible, you must rank in the top 1/3 of your class or serve as a member of George Mason Law Review or Moot Court Board.
- Jacob Hopkins, President
- Evenlyn Johns, Vice President
- Kennedy Sattler, Historian
- Austin Shaffer, Clerk
- Faculty Advisor: Eric Claeys