Student Organizations

Honor Council

One of the most important organizations at the Law School is the Honor Council, whose members hear and decide on actions related to alleged violations of the Honor Code.  The council is comprised of nine third-year students, six second-year students, and three first-year students. Honor Council members are elected to their posts by the student body and serve until leaving the law school.

Law school students also elect a counselor for the respondent and two student solicitors, who serve one-year terms and can run for re-election.

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Kyleigh Feehs