Mizzou Law's life skills course goes beyond the classroom.
All enrolled students at the University of Missouri School of Law are automatically members of the Student Bar Association, the School’s student government organization.
SBA works to represent all student points of view to the administration and faculty. SBA’s functions are many and varied but can be divided into two general categories of academic and social functions. Emphasis is placed on both – SBA sponsors speakers and forums to expand students’ legal education, and manages a law school mentor program, pairing first-year students with second- or third-year students for guidance. Additionally, SBA hosts social events and mixers, such as football tailgates, Barrister’s Ball, and Battle of the Gavel (the annual school softball tournament).
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