Delta Theta Phi (ΔΘΦ) is a professional law fraternity and a member of the Professional Fraternity Association. The smaller of the two internationally recognized law fraternities (the other being Phi Alpha Delta), Delta Theta Phi is the only one of the two major law fraternities to charter chapters (senates) in the United States at non-American Bar Association approved law schools. Delta Theta Phi can trace its roots to 1900 at the then-named Cleveland Law School. Delta Theta Phi has initiated more than 136,000 members across the country and in several other nations.
Delta Theta Phi is the only law fraternity with an authoritatively recognized law review, The Adelphia Law Journal. Membership is the only requirement to submit a note for consideration for publication.
The governing body for the Fraternity, called the Supreme Senate, has overseen the operation of the Fraternity since 1913. The Supreme Senate was originally composed of seven elected officers until a student was added to the board to assure a more complete student representation. In the 1970s, a second student position was added.
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