Honoring those who paved the path before us,
Steadfastly serving those around us,
And making progress for those to come.
WHO WE ARE
The Alpha Chapter of Kappa Alpha Pi Pre-Law Co-Ed Fraternity was founded on October 9th, 2007 here at the University of Michigan. Since its founding, Kappa Alpha Pi has focused on educating its members about the law and preparing them for a bright and successful future. KAPi serves to foster the knowledge of law for undergraduate students, along with providing an academic network for rigorous undergraduate study. In addition, KAPi holds itself to serving the greater community and campus, and to promoting a strong sense of fraternalism among members.
Comprised nationally of eight chapters, Kappa Alpha Pi now spans from coast to coast, with chapters at University of California, Los Angeles, University of California, Riverside, Cornell University, Chapman University, University of Tennessee, the University at Albany, and Michigan State University. Founded on the ideals of hardship, brotherhood, and progress, KAPi (and its founding chapter in particular) remains dedicated to advancing members' understanding of the law and providing a robust fraternal community in which members can thrive during and after their time at university institutions.
Fall Recruitment 2022 Schedule
Per university guidelines, please do not attend any event if you are sick, and each individual's ResponsiBLUE will be checked at the door.
09/07 - 7pm - Michigan Union, Pendleton Room
Application & Cover Letter
Due Date: Friday, September 16th
Contains: one page resume & cover letter limited at 500 words
Available starting September 7th
Each semester, members can participate in many different kinds of inter- and intra-fraternal events such as IM sports, ice skating, movie nights, and others to strengthen the bonds of fraternalism.
Members have the opportunity to attend weekly meetings with a speaker from various areas of the law and engage in multiple workshops like resume and personal statement workshops, dean panels, and more.
It is important to enrich the membership's understanding of the law through community involvement, such as participation in Relay for Life, Detroit Partnership Day, and many others.