BYU Law's Phi Delta Phi club (PDP) is hosting the semi-annual blood drive this Monday, November 2. The blood drive will run from 10 a.m—2 p.m. in the student commons.
The PDP chapter is a selective organization of 15 students from each class. Membership is based on good scholastic standing (defined as not less than the top third of the class) or other recognized, scholastic, professional ethics, or service standard in which the candidate for membership has excelled. These include, but are not limited to, membership on Moot Court, Trial Advocacy, published journals, or service in legal clinics or community service as approved.
Being a member of PDP is considered an honor, and provides many networking opportunities. PDP also gives members access to an exclusive BYU Law outline bank; provides opportunities to serve individuals and participate in service projects every semester; and wear PDP honor cords at graduation. PDP invites 2L's to apply in the fall and 1L's to apply in the winter.
PDP is internationally recognized as one of the oldest legal organizations in North America and was established in 1869 to promote a higher standard of professional ethics. There are over 131 active chapters in the Western Hemisphere with 200,000 members made up of students and practitioners of law.