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The Student Bar Association (SBA) is the official organization of student governance at the University of Louisville School of Law, and as such, represents student concerns and interests to the academic and legal communities. The primary purposes of the SBA are:

  • To promote and encourage professional competence in the study of law;
  • To provide a liaison among students, faculty and alumni;
  • To assume responsibility for student social affairs within the School of Law;
  • To serve as a forum for the discussion of professional problems; and
  • To enhance the professional reputation of the School of Law as well as its students and alumni.

President: Kevin Imhof

Executive Vice President: Katie Skeens 

Vice President of Communications: Rebecca Adams

Vice President of Finance: Matthew Purdom

ABA Representative: Seth Todd


 

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Description

The Student Bar Association is the official organization of student governance at the University of Louisville School of Law, and as such, represents student concerns and interests to the academic and legal communities.

The primary purposes of the SBA are:

To promote and encourage professional competence in the study of law;
To provide a liaison among students, faculty and alumni;
To assume responsibility for student social affairs within the School of Law;
To serve as a forum for the discussion of professional problems; and
To enhance the professional reputation of the School of Law as well as its students and alumni.

Category

Student Governance

Meeting Day

Tuesdays

Meeting Time

8:30 pm

Meeting Location

WW 175

Selection Process

If your organization has selective membership, please describe the selection process.

Elections

Adviser Name

Jennifer T. DiSanza