Texas Tech University

Student Organizations

As a student at Tech Law, you can choose to become a member in one of our more than 25 student-run organizations. Throughout the year, Tech Law Student Organizations host many events including symposiums, socials, and guest speaker events, where you may have the opportunity attorneys, legislative representatives, judges, and justices.

Student Bar Association

The Student Bar Association (SBA) functions as the student government for Texas Tech Law, serving peer-elected officers to be the voice of the student body. The Executive Board of SBA plans the budgets for all student organizations, provides a forum for student grievances, and serves as external representatives of Texas Tech School of Law.

Mission Statement

The Student Bar Association (SBA) is an association of elected students at Texas Tech University School of Law. The purposes of the SBA is to act as the unified voice of the student body to advance academic excellence, promote mental wellness, and support every student's journey to acquire a quality legal education.

As the Executive Board for the SBA, our responsibility is first and foremost to the students. As 3Ls, we have seen the inter workings of the school and plan to put that knowledge to use for the entire student body. Having worked closely with student organizations, administration and main campus in the past, we are hard at work representing the best interest of the student body as a whole to them. We do a lot of our work behind the scenes, which is why the main goal of our administration is transparency. We want all students to know that they can speak to us about any issue they are having at any time. We know we cannot fix every issue overnight, but our goal is to be clear and transparent on what we can do to help.

SBA Executive Board

Connor Leigh – President

Connor Leigh

President

Katherine Turner – Vice President of Student Organizations

Katherine Turner

Vice President of Student Organizations

Cameron Morris – Vice President of Administration

Cameron Morris

Vice President of Administration

Braden Anderson – Vice President of Finance

Braden Anderson

Vice President of Finance

Student Organizations

 
 
 
Associate Dean John Delony delivers comments during BLSA’s Annual Awards Reception.2016-2017 BLSA President Deontae Wherry with BLSA Faculty Advisor, Professor Gerry Beyer, and Mrs. Margaret BeyerBLSA Officers: 2017-2018 President, Andrew Tingan; 2017-2018 Historian, Andrea Nfodjo; and 2016-2017 President Deontae Wherry2017-2018 BLSA Officers: Recruitment Chair, Uzochukwu Okonkwo; President, Andrew Tingan; and Historian, Andrea NfodjoBlack History Month Speaker, Ms. Yodit Tewolde, presented to Tech Law about Media, Race, and the Law. Ms. Tewolde is pictured here with 2016-2017 BLSA President Deontae Wherry.Murder Mystery Dinner & Awards Banquet 2017. From left to right: Bailey McGowan, Mercedes Torres, Andrea Nfodjo, Mario Moreno, and Rasha ZeyadehAnnual Chili Cook-Off featuring law student organizations, professors, staff, and prospective students and their guests2016-2017 SBA Executive Officers at the Annual Chili Cook-Off! From left to right: Gibson Hull, Kylie Corson, Jamie Peebles, and Deontae WherryAnnual Chili Cook-OffEach year, as a fun way to hold an awards banquet, Criminal Law Association holds a Murder Mystery Dinner, where students, faculty, and guests get to act out characters while they try to figure out whodunit!SALDF hosted U.S. Army veteran, Sgt. Ryan Henderson, to speak about working with military and service dogs, including his own German Shepard.The 2016-2017 Student Bar Association Executive Board and Officers, with Associate Dean for Student Life, John Delony (far right)Professors speak about their law school and work experiences, as it relates to mental health and wellness.Dr. Klint Hobbs speaks about suicide awareness, and delivers QPR training to the student body.

 

  • Agricultural Law Society
  • Animal Legal Defense Fund
  • Asian Pacific American Law Students Association
  • Black Law Students Association
  • Board of Barristers
  • Business Law Association
  • Christian Legal Society
  • Criminal Law Association
  • Energy Law Interest Group
  • Environmental Law Society
  • Estate and Property Law Society
  • Family Law Society
  • Federalist Society
  • Hispanic Law Students Association
  • Immigration Law Association
  • Intellectual Property Student Association
  • International Law Society
  • Longhorn Bar Association
  • National Lawyers Guild
  • Organization of Women Law Students
  • OUTLaw
  • Phi Alpha Delta
  • Raider Bar Association
  • Sports & Entertainment Law Society
  • Student Wellness Advisory Council
  • Student Bar Association
  • Tech Health Law Association
  • Texas Aggie Bar Association

Quick Contacts

Sofia Chapman, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Student Life
sofia.chapman@ttu.edu

Texas Tech University School of Law
Office for Student Life
3311 18th Street
Lubbock, TX 79409

Upcoming Events

  • July Texas Bar Exam
    Tuesday, July 26, 2022 - Thu , July 28, 2022 (all day)
    Where: Law School
    Description: July Texas Bar Exam
    Contact: TTU Law Administration
  • EPJ Orientation
    Saturday, August 20, 2022 (all day)
    Where: LAW 109
    Description: Orientation for 2L EPJ staffers.
    Contact: Estate Planning & Community Property Journal
  • Inn of Court
    Tuesday, September 13, 2022 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    Where: Law School Forum
    Description: Monthly meeting of the Texas Tech University School of Law American Inns of Court
    Contact: TTU Law Administration
  • Film Screening - Philadelphia
    Sunday, October 9, 2022 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    Where: Alamo Drafthouse 120 W. Loop 289 Lubbock TX 79416
    Description: Film Screening - Philadelphia Details pending
    Status: TENTATIVE
    Contact: TTU Law Administration

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