School Year Initiative: Break The Cycle - Engaging the student body in social justice lawyering, greater transparency with administration and stronger resources for organization advancement.
The Student Bar Association (SBA) is the student government at the Howard University School of Law, and all enrolled law students are considered members.
Elected by and representing over 400 students, the SBA serves as a liaison between the student body and the law school’s administration.
Through our activities and initiatives, we strive to further legal education; promote fellowship and goodwill among the students, faculty, and administration; and advocate the concerns raised by the student body. The SBA is also responsible for overseeing the various student organizations at the law school, which includes the appropriation of funds.
2017-2018 - SBA Executive Board
Room 100, Holy Cross Hall
Chief of Staff
2017-2018 SBA Staff