The Law Students Association (LSA) is the Law School’s student government.
What does LSA do (generally)?
- LSA approves and works with the Dean of Students Office to oversee all student organizations.
- LSA sets the budgets for all student organizations.
- LSA works with the Dean of Student Students Office to reimburse student organization expenditures.
- LSA acts as a liaison between the student body and the law school administration.
- LSA hosts three major all-law school parties (Party Of The First Part, Over The Hump, Prom).
- LSA provides students with resources and information to make law school more manageable (such as the outline bank, FAQ, etc.).
- LSA tries to make aspects of student life more efficient (such as working with The Office of Communications to develop an events calendar).
- LSA works with organizations across the midway to improve law school student life.
- LSA tries to make the law school a happy place.
- Rosa Chong '22 — President
- Caitlan Sussman '22 — Vice President
- Jacqueline Horwitz '22 — Director of Finance & Grad Council Rep.
- So Jung Kim '23 — Grad Council Rep.
- Tyler Mikulis ' 24 — Grad Council Rep.
- Rachel Abrams '24
- Lauren Hirsh '24
- Natalia McLaren '24
- Michael Jeung '24
- Jason Shain '24
- Alex Green '23
- Brandon Ghadafii '23
- Emily Pastrana '23
- Madi Gregg '23
- Gracie Maynetto '23
- Maggie Toms '23
- Henry Melville '22
- Marissa Piccolo '22
- Mark Marzziotti '22
- Juan José Crespo (LLM)
- Juliana María Molinelli (LLM)
Elections for open class representative positions will be held in Week 3 of Fall Quarter. Candidates must prepare a statement limited to 150 words to be circulated to the entire law school prior to voting.