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The ASUC Judicial Council is vested with the judicial authority of the Association. All members must be non-partisan. The Judicial Council of the Association adjudicates all disputes arising under the ASUC Constitution, the Bylaws, official actions of Executive Officers, Appointed Officers, employees, and the Senate; takes direct action to remedy all such disputes; interprets these documents pursuant to Article XIII; maintains custody of the governing documents; orders the attendance of those holding positions in the Association; certifies the results of Elections jointly with the Elections Council; and addresses matters delegated to the council by the Senate or this Constitution or Bylaws.
For a complete description of the duties and responsibilities of the judicial council, see Article IV of the ASUC Constitution.
Judicial Council Members have a term of two years from the date on which they are appointed.
***Applications are due September 9th by 5:59 PM***
Note: Submitting an electronic application does not guarantee an in-person interview.