Student Spotlight

Students Urged to Find Their ‘Unique Value Contribution’

Most of them won’t graduate and start their careers for another four years, but the more than 400 University of Miami freshmen who packed the BankUnited…

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The Supreme Court is the judicial body of Student Government and is empowered to interpret and enforce the Constitution and Statutes of the University of Miami Student Government.  It is responsible for hearing Elections Code violations and serves as a resource to Student Government for matters related to the Constitution and Statutes.  As the Judicial Branch, the Court may also choose to invoke the power of judicial review.  The Supreme Court is presided over by nine Justices and a non-voting Clerk of the Court.
Chief Justice
Alexandra Hussey
Associate Chief Justice
Perry Elbadrawi
Assistant Chief Justice
Devin Fitzgerald
Associate Justices
David Young

Andreana Cunningham

Matthew Stankard
Clerk of the Court