The Southwestern chapter of Delta Theta Phi was named in honor of Justice Marshall F. McComb, a member of the California State Supreme Court from 1956-1977. Many of Justice McComb's personal papers were bequeathed to Southwestern and are on display in the McComb Room in the Bullocks Wilshire Building.
Members of the McComb Senate have traditionally been among the student leadership at Southwestern. Members of the Senate include active participants in the honors programs and the Student Bar Association.
The Southwestern McComb Senate is the second largest senate in the Western Region. In recent years, the Senate has received regional honors from the international organization, including most outstanding senate and most outstanding member. The Southwestern chapter also published the Adelphia Law Journal, the only such journal published by a law fraternity.
Active members of the McComb Senate who demonstrate special achievement in academics or cocurricular and extracurricular activities are awarded scholarships each year through the Marshall F. McComb Memorial Scholarship Fund. In addition to scholarship opportunities, members of the Senate also receive discounts on bar review courses. Applications for membership and information concerning other benefits are available in the Student Bar Association Office and in the Student Affairs Office.
Membership in the Senate will provide you with an excellent opportunity to enhance your experience at Southwestern and in your legal career. We encourage you to take advantage of the unique benefits of membership in Delta Theta Phi.
Students, faculty and staff of Southwestern may view a list of current Student Organization contacts on(log-in required). All others may contact the Student Affairs Office at (213) 738-6716 or for additional information.
Southwestern Takes Top Honors at Delta Theta Phi Convention
Southwestern's Hon. Marshall Francis McComb Delta Theta Phi Senate made quite a splash at the international legal fraternity's 58th Biennial Convention and Leadership Conference, which was held during the first week in August in Bloomington, Minnesota. The small but mighty two-student delegation earned three of four major honors presented. Read more.