Lambda Epsilon Chi National Honor Society, Harford Community College Chapter, Holds Spring Induction Ceremony

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Photo Credit: Harford Community College The annual Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX) Paralegal Honor Society induction ceremony was held on April 25 at Harford Community College. Pictured (L to R): Katelynn Jett, Harford Community College graduate and former LEX inductee; LEX Inductee Alexis Kampisopoulou-Byrd; The Honorable Angela M. Eaves, Justice, Supreme Court of Maryland; and LEX inductees Mary Heath and Melissa Miller. LEX Inductees not pictured: Justin Hayes, Amber Smith.
Photo Credit: Harford Community College

The annual Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX) Paralegal Honor Society induction ceremony was held on April 25 at Harford Community College.
Pictured (L to R): Katelynn Jett, Harford Community College graduate and former LEX inductee; LEX Inductee Alexis Kampisopoulou-Byrd; The Honorable Angela M. Eaves, Justice, Supreme Court of Maryland; and LEX inductees Mary Heath and Melissa Miller. LEX Inductees not pictured: Justin Hayes, Amber Smith.

The annual Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX) Paralegal Honor Society induction ceremony was held on April 25 at Harford Community College.

The inductees, an accomplished group of Harford Community College Paralegal program students, included Justin Hayes, Mary Heath, Alexis Kampisopoulou-Byrd, Melissa Miller, and Amber Smith. During the ceremony, students received a Certificate of Induction, sash and pin. AnnMarie S. Profili, J.D., Associate Professor of Paralegal Studies, is the LEX advisor at Harford Community College.

Lambda Epsilon Chi is an honor society for Paralegal students sponsored by the American Association for Paralegal Education. To qualify for membership in the society, a student must have completed at least two-thirds of the program requirements, have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.25, and have a grade point average in their Paralegal classes of at least 3.50. Harford’s Paralegal program has been celebrating student’s academic success with an active chapter of LEX since 2006. There are approximately 150 LEX Chapters throughout the United States.

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