The Student Bar Association (SBA) is comprised of all enrolled students at Campbell Law and works to foster the development of lawyers who possess moral conviction, social compassion, and professional competence.
The SBA coordinates and oversees student clubs, organizations, and extracurricular social and professional activities where students are able to pursue their passions, explore their interests, and acquire professional skills. In particular, the SBA is responsible for planning and coordinating Barrister’s Ball, Law Week, Family Day, and Graduation. In addition, the SBA regularly hosts distinguished speakers, philanthropic events, and other social and professional activities.
The Executive Branch of the SBA is elected by the entire student body and is led by the President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. In addition, the SBA Council is the law school’s student governing body and is comprised of 18 elected class representatives, six elected by each respective class. These student leaders devote countless hours in the service of the student body and are dedicated to pursuing excellence in enhancing the academic and social life at Campbell Law. In short, the SBA leads by serving others.
For more information about SBA, contact the Office of Student Life and Pro Bono Opportunities as OSLPBO@campbell.edu.