Student Bar Association

Officers


   
The members of the Student Bar Association come from diverse backgrounds and have very different career goals, but are all committed to strengthening our Law School community.  We welcome all members of the community to approach us with ideas or issues that they would like the SBA to address.  We are often available in person, and always accessible via email.

The SBA is comprised of a seven-person Executive Board and a number of Class Representatives.  The 1L Representatives are elected by their respective sections, while the 2L, 3L, and LL.M. Representatives are elected by all members of their graduating classes.  The President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, two Social Chair, and all-University Student Senator (collectively, the Executive Board) are elected in school-wide contests held in the spring of the previous calendar year.  

 

Student Bar Association
Officers 2014-2015

 

President

Jordan Chisolm
Class: 2015

 
Vice President

Nonney Onyekweli
Class: 2016

 
Secretary

Daniel M. Cheung
Class: 2016

 
Treasurer
Christopher Porcelli 
Class: 2016
 
Student Senator


 

 

 
Social Chair

Colinford K. Mattis
Class: 2016 

 

 
Social Chair

Taaj Reaves
Class: 2016

 
3L Representative

Daryl Kleiman
Class: 2015

 
3L Representative

 

 
3L Representative

 

 
3L Representative

 

 
2L Representative

Manuel Antunes
Class: 2016

 
2L Representative

Chloe Hurley
Class: 2016

 

 
2L Representative
Shane Meckler
Class: 2016
 
2L Representative
Courtney Weisman
Class: 2016
 
1L Representative - Section 1
   
1L Representative - Section 2

 
1L Representative - Section 3

 

 
1L Representative - Section 4

 

 
1L Representative - Section 5
 
LL.M. Representative

 

 
LL.M. Representative
   
LL.M. Representative

 

 
Transfer REPRESENTATIVE

 

 

Elections for the Executive Board and 2L and 3L Representative positions are held in the spring.  1L, LL.M., and Transfer Representatives elections are held in the fall.  For more information, check out our Constitution.

The SBA has standing committees to address matters on which the Association regularly works.  Each standing committee is chaired by an Executive Board member.  Ad hoc committees are created at the discretion of the President to address concerns as needed.

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