The Student Bar Association is the elected body that represents student interests at the University at Buffalo School of Law. SBA serves as a channel for the student body and seeks to establish open communication channels and bonds amongst the student body with the administration, faculty and legal profession in the community.
The Student Bar Association is the elected body that represents student interests at the University at Buffalo School of Law. SBA serves as a medium for the expression of the student body’s views regarding matters affecting law students’ lives and affairs and seeks to establish open communication and bonds amongst the student body with the administration, faculty & staff, alumni, and other legal professionals in the community.
SBA functions as the governing body organization for many of the student organizations, academic journals, and moot courts. Directed by SUNY, University, and School of Law policies, SBA also allocates funding collected from student activity fees for various student events, including hosting a number of social and educational events to enhance the student experience.
There are over 30 different student groups at UB School of Law. The majority are under the umbrella of the Student Bar Association. View a full list of clubs, journals and moot courts.
SBA’s bimonthly meetings are listed on the events calendar and are open to everyone. In addition to SBA club business, these meetings can be considered an open forum for any student wishing to share a suggestion or concern.
President: Olivia Binda
Vice-President: Aliza Berger
Co-Treasurers: Sydnee Pearson and Jessica Petteys
Parliamentarian: Grace Golabek
Events/Fundraising: Hannah Davis
Contact: Room 207, O’Brian 716-645-2748, email@example.com
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