The Judicial Board consists of seven students, predominantly from the Faculty of Law, and has responsibilities as outlined in Article 30 of the SSMU Constitution. The Judicial Board can be contacted at email@example.com
If you are interested in filing a petition with the Judicial Board, or simply want to understand how the Judicial Board functions, please consult the SSMU Judicial Board Internal Procedures. Students are encouraged to contact Student Advocacy for assistance in relation to Judicial Board cases.
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Please click here for the P-1 Form (Petition for Hearing).
Please click here for the R-1 Form (Position of Respondent).
Please click here for the I-1 Form (Application for Intervention).
Judicial Board – Final Judgement Glustein v Koparkar 2017-12-31
Interim Order – Glustein v Koparkar 2017-10-28
Judicial Board – Khan v Elections SSMU 2014-04-29
Judicial Board – Newburgh and Steven vs Tacoma 2012-02-14