Friday, April 09, 2004LSA Student Government has posted on their website an application for their "Judiciary Committee" which is the LSA version of the Central Student Judiciary that settles disputes between organizations, and those that arise during elections. Here's a description:
"The purpose of the Judiciary Committee is to serve as a governing body that oversees the rulings of the LSA-student government. Additionally, the Committee will have original jurisdiction over all cases arising out of or concerning regulations, legislation, or other actions enacted by the government. It also hears cases arising out of the Constitution and the Bylaws of the Government and shall hear election related cases consistent with the other provisions of the Constitution. This role is extremely important because it ensures that all representatives' voices are heard within government and appropriate procedure is followed. Any questions please contact LSA Counsel, Stuart Wagner, stuwags at umich.edu."
Posted by Rob at 1:36 PM