Rowan College at Gloucester County


LEX, the National Paralegal Honor Society induction


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​​LEX, the National Paralegal Honor Society

Lambda Epsilon Chi  (LEX)​ is the national honor society that recognizes the academic achievements of outstanding paralegal scholars through out the United States.

To qualify for membership, each candidate who is enrolled in the Degree program must have completed 44 credits overall and at least 24 legal specialty credits.

Those enrolled in the Certificate program are required to successfully complete 22 of their 34 legal specialty credits.

All applicants for membership in Lambda Epsilon Chi, whether in the degree or certificate program, must have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 in their legal specialty classes and a grade point average of 3.25 overall.

Make no mistake about it.  This is a difficult program with high academic standards, but it has to be. ​The law is a demanding profession.​

​​Contact Us​​
Lucy P. McClain, Esq.

Program Coordinator and Assistant Professor
856-415-2150 or​​

​​​Paralegals are not authorized to practice law.

Alumni Spotlight

All graduates are encouraged to join our LinkedIn Group​ to network with fellow alumni, exchange ideas, and discuss opportunities and trends in the paralegal profession. ​

Stu​​​d​ent Spotlight
PACER/ECMF Training 

On November 19, 2015, Mr. Alain Senatus, from the United States District Court in Trenton, NJ, presented a two-​hour hands-on PACER/ECMF training session​.

Winners of the Feather Quill Award


Cinco di Mayo Celebration for  Spring ​2015 Feather Quill Award Winners Sean Driscoll and Ali Gardiner. The Feather Quill award is awarded every semester​ to the Legal Research & Writing student with the highest score in his or her Internal Legal Memorandum assignment. 

Ugly Christmas Sweater Day 

Paralegal Students from Business Organizations course Fall 2014 who participated in Ugly Christmas Sweater Day.

Paralegal Student Club

This Club meets to discuss a variety of topics related to their field, and host a guest speaker once a month during the school year​. ​For more information contact Advisor Susan Purvin, Esq. or visit us on Facebook