Interested in working with SBA?
What is SBA? 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. More about us: https://www.law.buffalo.edu/current/sba.html
Under the SBA Constitution, each class has representatives to vote on funding and programs for the whole student body.
Now is your chance! Here are some important dates regarding the upcoming class director elections:
Petitions will be available beginning Tuesday, September 7!
- Petitions will be available outside the SBA office on the morning of 9/7.
Signatures for petitions may be collected between Tuesday 9/7 and Friday 9/10 at 5 p.m.
Campaigning begins Monday 9/13 at 8 am
Campaigning ends Tuesday 9/14 at 12 pm (noon)
Voting will take place ONLINE from Wednesday 9/15 to Thursday 9/16.
For more information on the class director positions, you are encouraged to reach out to any SBA Eboard member via firstname.lastname@example.org OR contact Lexi Logsdon, SBA Vice President at email@example.com!
This section is for topics relevant to LL.M. students only! All other announcements can be found in the General Announcements section.
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