ASG Judicial Branch Appoints New Members
Top from left: Associate Justice Appointees Alisha Chatlani, Breanna De Leeuw, and Lauren Stephens. Below: Judicial Proxy Appointees Claire Manson and Tanner Barnes.
The Associated Student Government Judicial Branch recently appointed three new associate justices and two judicial proxies for the 2020-21 school year. Associate justice appointees are:
- Alisha Chatlani of Rogers, a freshman finance and supply chain management double major with a minor in data analytics.
- Breanna De Leeuw of Springdale, a sophomore communication and journalism double major with a double minor in German and history.
- Lauren Stephens of Edmund, Oklahoma, a freshman honors art history major.
Judicial proxy appointees are:
- Claire Manson of McKinney, Texas, a junior political science major with a double minor in legal studies and journalism.
- Tanner Barnes of Farmington, a junior business economics and political science double major with a minor in history.
Members of ASG Judicial Branch are responsible for facilitating ASG Elections, interpreting the ASG Code & Constitution, and hearing cases of complaints by ASG members. Also serving on ASG Judicial Branch are returning Associate Justices Fernanda Alcantara, Rebecca Carroll, Chloe Metheny-Morris, Lizzie Strickland, and Amelia VerWoert. For questions or concerns regarding the ASG Judicial Branch, please contact Chief Justice Adam Hagler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An official ceremony will be held in the fall to inaugurate the new justices as well as other newly appointed agents involved with the Associated Student Government. ASG is a program in the Division of Student Affairs.
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