Student Governance

Student Bar Association

The Student Bar Association (SBA) is the official representative body of the students. All students enrolled at Elon Law are automatically members of the SBA. The SBA seeks to benefit all members by furthering student interests and sponsoring events of both an academic and social nature. The SBA’s Mission Statement reads: “Our Mission is to create a forum for student leadership, community service, and social networking to support the University’s goals of engaged learning, professionalism and civic participation through open communication with Elon students, Elon faculty, and the community.”

The SBA is funded by the Law School on a per capita basis. The SBA is the governing body that serves as the umbrella organization and funding source for other law school organizations and committees.


SBA President: Ryan Glaser


Honor Council

The Honor Council is responsible for the administration of the procedures set forth in the Honor Code. The Honor Council also is responsible for the interpretation of the Code.



Other Student Organizations

Elon Law’s student body, with its wide variety of interests outside of the classroom, has developed numerous student organizations. These organizations reflect students’ social, political, service or professional interests and enrich students’ educational experience with workshops, panels, concerts, networking opportunities and conferences throughout the academic year. Through involvement with student organizations, students find connections to further their career and personal goals. A complete list of current student organizations is available on the Law School’s website.

Any student interested in starting a new organization should contact an SBA representative to find out more about the approval process.

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