Kappa Alpha Pi is the only pre-law professional fraternity on the UCLA campus. We were officially chartered in the Fall Quarter of 2009 as the Beta chapter of Kappa Alpha Pi. Growing each quarter as new pledge classes emerge, we remain dedicated to advancing members’ knowledge of the legal field and serving the community through our three pillars of Professionalism, Brotherhood, and Philanthropy.
The purpose of this Fraternity shall be to foster knowledge of the law for undergraduate students; to provide service to the greater community and campus; to promote a strong sense of fraternalism among members; to uphold the ideals and integrity of Kappa Alpha Pi Pre-Law Co-ed Fraternity; so that each member may advance his and her intellect while contributing actively to the well-being of others.
Kappa Alpha Pi offers professional growth opportunities to all of its members through educational workshops and hands-on training. Learn about crafting the perfect resume, public speaking, professional dress do’s and don’ts, interview etiquette, the basics of applying to law school, and an introduction to the components of the LSAT.
Having brothers in KAPi means means having a family. Once you’re a member of Kappa Alpha Pi, the brotherhood goes beyond friendship to a place of stability where disagreements are petty in the grand scheme of the deep bonds we all share. Despite being a diverse organization, we are able to run a fraternity based on compassion and understanding.
As members of KAPi and as UCLA students, we feel it is our duty to give back to the community that we all live and breathe in. From beach clean-ups to feeding the homeless to reading with inner-city students, Kappa Alpha Pi is active in its community and encourages all brothers to participate in giving back to the community.