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STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION & ORGANIZATIONS

Student government and organizations serve an important function in the law school experience. These opportunities complement S.J. Quinney College of Law’s education with academic, professional, social, and career development opportunities. The College of Law’s student organizations provides a wide variety of purpose, and new student groups are always being formed to meet the changing needs of the student body. The University as a whole, has a wide variety of Recognized Student Organizations (RSO) that law students are welcome to join.

STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION


The Student Bar Association (SBA) is the official student government of the S.J. Quinney College of Law. SBA plans student activities, organizes the mentor program for 1L students and many other programs to help law students.

The SBA also serves as the Student Advisory Committee (SAC) and elected student government of the College of Law. As voting members of the College Council, SBA Board members serve as representatives of the student body to the law school faculty and administration.

Thus, the SBA is the student voice to this decision-making body of the law school. The SBA can affect policies regarding curriculum, grades, class and exam scheduling, legal clinics, and so on. The SBA participates in faculty retention, promotion and tenure evaluations. On the lighter side, the SBA also sponsors social events, philanthropies, and intramural sports.

Hilary Adkins

President

Meg Glasmann

Vice President

Aisea Odencrantz

Treasurer

Darian Hackney

Secretary

Nicole Johnston

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Associate Chair

Tess Wegner

Social Activities Director

Justin Fry

Public Relations Director

Maddie Whittier

3L Rep

Shelby Stender

2L Rep

Anthony Tenney

1L Rep