The Columbus School of Law Student Bar Association
Dedicated to the academic, social, and professional development of its members, the Student Bar Association (SBA) is comprised of all enrolled students at the Columbus School of Law. The Executive Board is the leadership of the SBA.
We sponsor events that promote learning, celebrate diversity, and seek to achieve fellowship and camaraderie among Students at Catholic Law. Additionally, the SBA is responsible for providing effective representation of law student opinion at all levels of the University, increasing student involvement in the operation of the law school, protecting student rights, fostering community service, and promoting high standards of ethics and professional conduct.
The SBA budget is amassed by an activity fee assessed to all Catholic Law Students. This budget provides funds for student clubs such as the Environmental Law Society, Sports and Entertainment Law Society, The Federalist Society, Black Law Students Association, Securities Law Student Association, Parent Group, and many more. Each SBA funded club has membership available to all students and participation therein is encouraged and highly rewarding.