Phi Delta Phi wins Inn of the Year

The Pickney Inn chapter of Phi Delta Phi at Charleston School of Law received the 2024 Inn of the Year honor.

Phi Delta Phi’s mission is to promote the highest standard of ethics and professionalism in law schools and the legal profession.

“I was thrilled when I heard the announcement of their Inn of the Year honor,” said Charleston School of Law Dean and Provost Larry Cunningham. ““The Pinckney Inn chapter of Phi Delta Phi at Charleston Law continues its long history of excellence in pursuit of fulfilling their mission of preserving and defending the dignity, honor and respect of the legal profession.”

“We are so proud of the Pinckney Inn’s student members who consistently challenge themselves and achieve excellence in their leadership of the organization,” added Dean Nick Sanders.

Established in 1869, the International Legal Honor Society of Phi Delta Phi is among the oldest of legal organizations in the United States. Phi Delta Phi has 200,000+ members including Franklin D. Roosevelt, Gerald R. Ford, Robert F. Kennedy, William H. Taft, Antonin Scalia, Theodore Roosevelt, and Sandra Day O’Connor. It holds a unique position in the history of the United States bench, bar and the law schools.