March 31, 2016 at 9:52 am

Students for Law, Justice & Culture Calls for Executive Officer Applicants

Students for Law, Justice and Culture invites students to apply for executive positions, including President, Vice President/Treasurer, and Secretary.

CLJCofficePositions are open to all students. It is not necessary to be a dues-paying member of SLJC to apply.

To nominate yourself or another student, please email CLJC faculty advisor Haley Duschinski at

The deadline is Friday, April 7.

Anyone interested in running for an executive position must attend on of the following two meetings: 6:00pm on Thursday, March 30 or Thursday, April 6 in the CLJC student lounge (Bentley Hall Room 001).

Students for Law, Justice and Culture is a student organization affiliated with the Center for Law, Justice and Culture, an interdisciplinary group of faculty and students that examines law in relation to society, culture, politics, and power, in U.S. and international contexts.

Students for Law, Justice and Culture promotes informed critical inquiry about law campus-wide, through activities and events on gender equality, mass incarceration, race relations, criminal justice, immigration and refugee policy, solitary confinement, prison abolition, human rights activism, and many other areas.

  • The President will be responsible for leading weekly meetings, planning events and communicating with members.
  • The Vice President/Treasurer is responsible for working with the President on event planning and maintaining control of SLJC’s finances.
  • The Secretary is responsible for taking and sending out meeting minutes and helping with the advertising of events.

For more information about SLJC events or information about joining, please email or attend a meeting.

For additional information you can also email SLJC current President Brendan Margolies at

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