The following are the Standing Student-Faculty Committees of SBA:

  • An Appointments Committee consisting of at least one first, second, and third year member of the SBA, who shall be responsible for providing student input into hiring of faculty to the law school.
  • A Career Services Committee consisting of at least one member of the SBA from any class year, who shall be responsible for acting as the liaison between the faculty and the Office of Career Development and Student Services.
  • A Curriculum Committee consisting of at least one second-year and two third-year members of the SBA, who shall be responsible for providing student input into the development of the education of University of Missouri School of Law students.
  • A Dispute Resolution Committee consisting of at least two second-year members of the SBA, who shall be responsible for providing student input into the development of Dispute Resolution Programs within the school and the promotion of the Dispute Resolution certificate to students.
  • A Diversity Committee consisting of at least two second-year and one third-year members of the SBA, who shall be responsible for encouraging the school to sponsor educational programs and events that teach and foster respect for different races, genders, religions, sexual orientations and individuals with disabilities.
  • An Honor Code Committee consisting of at least one first and two second and third year members of the SBA, who shall be responsible for student input into the investigation and, if charges follow, the determination of guilt of honor code violations.
  • A Judicial Clerkship Committee consisting of at least two third year members of the SBA, who shall be responsible for student input into the law school’s judicial clerkship program.
  • A Law Library Committee consisting of at least one first year and one second-year member of the SBA, who shall be responsible for providing input into the School of Law’s Library Program.
  • A Standards & Readmission Committee consisting of one first-year and one second-year student who shall be responsible for meeting with faculty regarding the current standards of Readmission and the ability of law students to take classes outside of the law school.
  • A Student-Faculty Relations Committee consisting of one third year Student and two second-year students who shall be responsible for directly relaying students thoughts and issues to the Faculty members to better improve the dynamics of the law school.
  • A Technology Committee consisting of one first year and one second year student who shall be responsible for providing student input into the current technology in the law school and ways to improve said technology.

Special Committies

From time to time SBA will create Special Committees as the need arises.