Student Bar Association
The objectives of the Student Bar Association of St. Thomas University School of Law are to ensure a student government based upon the will of the student body and to provide a forum for the expression of ideas concerning the social, ethical, and intellectual aspects of student life. The SBA shall also encourage the initiation of educational programs in order to achieve and maintain a high standard of education at the School of Law. Finally, the SBA provides for association among students, faculty, and administration, promotes a close affiliation between students and members of the legal profession and pursues the high standard of professionalism necessary to excel in the legal community. Each law student is automatically a member of the SBA and has an opportunity to participate in the activities and responsibilities of the organization.
Statement of Purpose
The Student Bar Association (SBA) of St. Thomas University School of Law is dedicated to serving as a liaison between the student body and the law school administration. Motivated by the student body, it strives to ensure that all of their issues and concerns are handled in the way that best meets the student’s needs, while fostering professional relationships throughout the law school in order to provide a successful law school experience.
Jaime Noicely, President
Shannen Walters, Vice President
Brittany Hatchett, Secretary
Chris Mangos, Treasurer