The Clayton State University’s College of Arts & Sciences’ Legal Studies Program was recently granted a charter of the Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX) national honor society.
LEX recognizes students who demonstrate superior academic performance in an established program of paralegal and law-related studies. LEX derives from the Latin root meaning “pertaining to the law” or “legal.” Every year, the Clayton State University chapter of LEX will honor a select group of high-achieving students by inducting them into this prestigious honor society. The first inductions are scheduled for December 2010.
“I am personally thrilled that we have brought a chapter of LEX to Clayton State,” says Mara Mooney, assistant professor of Paralegal Studies. “Our students work hard and deserve to be recognized for their outstanding academic achievement.”
More information is available at: http://a-s.clayton.edu/socsci/paralegal/Default.htm.