October 2012 | by Mick
The Student Bar Association is the governing body of the students of Massachusetts School of Law. The SBA has the power to formulate policies and manage the affairs of the student body through the powers prescribed by the SBA Constitution.
As the new school year approaches, the SBA is looking towards ways to improve the already successful organization.
Our primary goal for the upcoming year is to improve communication between the SBA and the student body. Be sure to check this website often for updates and also check our monthly calendars in the cafeteria or bulletin board on the 2nd floor. We will also be holding monthly open meetings where students may present their questions, suggestions, and concerns.
We will be working closely with the Academic Support office to offer academic improvement opportunities, including the mock examinations and 1L mentorship. The SBA will continue to bring notable professionals to the school to give presentations on current legal trends and career options.
But it can’t be all work! The SBA will be providing ample social events throughout the school year. Be sure to join us, relax a little, and meet your fellow classmates.
To assist us in planning better events for you, please take a few moments and answer this quick survey.