Student Bar Association (SBA)
The Student Bar Association plays a key role in student life and leadership at the Law School.
All law school students are automatically members of the SBA, so this group is central to the school's day-to-day academic and social life.
Some of the SBA's activities include the annual Esquire's Evening, the Halloween Party, the JD/MBA Softball tournament, the Ronald McDonald House Fundraiser, the Used Book Sale, and other faculty/student activities. The SBA also helps to coordinate the activities of other student organizations and works to improve the School's general academic environment.
The SBA's governing body is the Student Bar Council, which is comprised of four officers and five representatives from each class. The council plans social functions, manages student services, and serves as a liaison between the student body and faculty, alumni, and state and national bar associations.
ContactPresident: Seth Williford