Law Students Association (LSA)

The Law Students Association (LSA) is the Law School’s student government.

What does LSA do?

  1. LSA approves and works with the Dean of Students Office to oversee all student organizations.
  2. LSA sets the budgets for all student organizations.
  3. LSA works with the Dean of Student Students Office to reimburse student organization expenditures.
  4. LSA acts as a liaison between the student body and the law school administration.
  5. LSA hosts three major all-law school parties (Party Of The First Part, Prom).
  6. LSA provides students with resources and information to make law school more manageable (such as the outline bank, FAQ, etc.).
  7. LSA tries to make aspects of student life more efficient (such as working with The Office of Communications to develop an events calendar).
  8. LSA works with organizations across the Midway to improve law school student life.
  9. LSA tries to make the law school a better place.


  • Sam Oh ’25 - President
  • Michaela Fleischer ’25 - Vice President
  • Daniel Alayo-Matos ’25 - Director of Finance
  • Flavio Pacheco ’25 - Directors of Communications

Class Representatives

  • Rachel Abrams ’24
  • Natalia McLaren ’24
  • Tyler Mikulis ’24
  • Sam Cole ’25
  • Brian Huang ’25

Grad Council Representative

  • Omar Adel ’25

Elections for open class representative positions will be held in Week 2 of Fall Quarter. Candidates must prepare a statement limited to 150 words to be circulated to the entire law school prior to voting.