Student Bar Association (SBA)

Each student, by virtue of enrollment in the Law School, is a member of the Student Bar Association (SBA), the Law School student government. The goals of the SBA are to ensure each student a voice in the administration of the Law School and to assist students in adjusting to the law school experience. Each semester, the SBA allocates funds for use by its member organizations. The SBA also sponsors many social and academic activities. As members of the SBA, each student may vote for SBA and class officers and for student representatives to various faculty committee




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