Gamma Eta Gamma (ΓΗΓ) is a professional law fraternity and was a member of the Professional Fraternity Association.
Chapters are limited to law schools on the approved list of the American Bar Association.
Conventions called 'Witan's are held biennially, with province conferences held in off years
The founders are Charles Vey Holman, Charles Hickson Reid, Jr. and Harold Dudley Greeley.
Traditions and Insignia
Founders' day is generally held on the anniversary of founding, February 25. However some chapters celebreat the Prandium Cancellari on June 7, which was the date on which the fraternity's first banquet was held in 1901.
The badge is a shield with a lamp, a star and a fasces above the motto and a triangle encloses the letter Π with Γ on both sides and below a balance.
Gamma Eta Gamma was founded on February 25, 1901 at the University of Maine School of Law. But 1976 it had 33 charters and over 7000 initiates. By 2017, there was one remaining active chapters, at the University of Minnesota Law School.
- 1901 Alpha, University of Maine School of Law
- 1902 Beta, Boston University School of Law
- 1904 Gamma, Albany Law School
- 1908 Delia, Syracuse University College of Law (1932)
- 1909 Epsilon, Cornell Law School (1918)
- 1911 Zeta, University of Michigan Law School (1929)
- 1911 Eta, Indiana University Maurer School of Law
- 1912 Theta, Creighton University School of Law
- 1914 Iota, Georgetown University Law Center
- 1915 Kappa. University of Oregon School of Law (1917)
- 1919 Lambda, Northwestern University School of Law
- 1919 Mu, University of Detroit Mercy School of Law
- 1920 Nu, University of Chicago Law School
- 1920 Xi, Fordham University School of Law
- 1920 Omicron, University of Maryland School of Law
- 1921 Pi, University of Illinois College of Law (1931)
- 1922 Rho, Michael E. Moritz College of Law, Ohio State University
- 1922 Sigma, Gould School of Law, University of Southern California
- 1922 Tau, Vanderbilt
- 1923 Upsilon, Wisconsin, Madison
- 1923 Phi, Iowa
- 1924 Chi, University of Minnesota Law School
- 1925 Omega, Washington (MO)
- 1927 Beta Gamma, Wake Forest
- 1929 Beta Delta, Duke
- 1930 Beta Epsilon, LSU
- 1930 Beta Zeta, Western Reserve
- 1931 Beta Eta, George Washington
- 1931 Beta Kappa Catholic
- 1931 Beta Theta Santa Clara
- 1934 Beta Mu, Depaul
- 1950 Beta Nu, Virginia