The Student Bar Association (SBA) is the student government and umbrella organization for all student activity organizations at William & Mary School of Law. Members of the SBA Board act as liaisons between students, faculty, and administration. The SBA serves three distinct roles in the law school community:
- We act as the policy advocates for all law students and represent their concerns to the college and law school administrations;
- We allocate funds for student organizations; and
- We plan and organize a number of the law school’s flagship social events including a Bar Crawl, Fall Semi-Formal Dance, Ski Trip, and Barrister’s Ball. These events are time honored traditions that unite students across classes. Additionally, the SBA organizes weekly “Bar Reviews” at local bars and restaurants where students can get together and enjoy discounted drinks and food at the end of a long week.
From allocating tens of thousands of dollars to law school organizations to changing the policies and procedures that impact our daily lives, the SBA is the preeminent organization on campus. Incoming students have the opportunity to serve as a 1L representative in an election held in September of the 1L year. The Student Bar Association looks forward to working with with all students! Please contact current SBA President, Sean Radomski, at email@example.com with any questions.