What is SBA?
The Student Bar Association ("SBA") serves as the law school student government, representing and supporting Arizona Law students.
What does SBA do?
The SBA provides numerous services to students and the campus throughout the year. We serve as a student voice to the administration, and have implemented ventures such as a campus relaxation room and a new kitchen on campus. Our typical annual events include new student orientation, a welcome back picnic, trivia nights, Wellness Week, and Barrister's Ball (#LawProm!).
How does SBA work?
The SBA is run by an Executive Board, which includes a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Events Programming Coordinator, Marketing and Outreach Coordinator, and American Bar Association ("ABA") Representative. There is also a Hall of Delegates, or "HOD", comprised of Delegates from each year, as well as At-Large delegates, who represent all students. Each Delegate participates in a specialized committee, spearheaded by a member of the Executive Board. Current committees are: Community Building, Finance & Membership, Marketing & Merchandise, Events, and Professionalism & Wellness. Elections or Executive Board, At-Large Delegates, 3L Delegates, and 2L Delegates take place in the Spring. Elections for 1L Delegates take place in the Fall, with each small section electing 2 Delegates.
Can I come to a meeting?
Yes! Meetings are open to the entire student body.
What if I have more questions?
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