The Student Bar Association (SBA) is the governing body of the University of Wisconsin Law School student body. The SBA is made up of a six person Executive Board and 24 representatives (seven from each of the three J.D. classes, two graduate students, and one transfer student) who each sit on one of three committees.
The mission of the SBA is to create an open, cordial, and unified environment between the administration, faculty, and students through different social, cultural, and academic events.
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COMMITTEES Students on SBA are members of one of four committees: Academic Affairs Committee, Public Service Committee, Community Affairs Committee, or Budget Oversight & Funding Committee. They are overseen by the Executive Board.