Judicial Branch Information
We are the Judicial Branch
The Judicial Branch (or J-board for short) is comprised of the Chief Justice, Associate Chief Justice, the Election Commisioner, and 4 Justices. Our responsibilities include: interpreting the constitution and all subsidiary documents to make binding decisions and recommendations through judicial reviews and questions, as well as administering all SGA regular and special elections!
We are the Judicial Board!
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The Chief Justice oversees the SGA's Judicial Branch. The Judicial Branch's responsibilities include answering any judicial questions or reviews regarding the SGA governing documents, as well as holding fair SGA elections each Spring. As the Chief Justice, you are a vital part of the process in ensuring that any Judicial questions/reviews are being answered within a reasonable amount of time. Additionally, the Chief Justice is responsible for supporting/coordinating with the Election Commissioner to provide for a successful and smooth election.
WHAT DOES THE JUDICIAL BOARD DO?
Judicial QuestionsWhat is a Judicial Question?
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Judicial ReviewsWhat is a Judicial Review?
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How does J-board meet?
Agendas & Minutes
The J-board meets as needed depending on the time of the year. During the fall J-board typically meets monthly. During the election season in the spring, meetings become more frequent. You can find all 2022-2023 agendas and minutes on Mountain Lion Connect!