Resolutions

Pursuant to section (V)(D)(3) of the SBA Constitution, the Senate has the power to pass legislation in the name of the Student Bar Association on any issue which properly concerns students of the University of Mississippi School of Law. Any resolution introduced on the floor of the Senate requires approval by a majority of the quorum of Senators in order for that resolution to be adopted. Once a resolution is passed, it must be signed by the sponsoring Senator, the Vice President (President of the Senate), and the President before it will be given effect.

The 2017-18 Term Resolutions:

Resolution 1

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 The 2016-17 Term Resolutions:

Resolution 1

Drafted by Brittney Barbee, Senator for the 2L class, and represents a statement of the LSSB’s position on the current event registration policies to which all Ole Miss Registered Student Organization must adhere.

S. Res.-1 (2016-17)

Resolution 2

Drafted by Andrew Cicero, Senator for the 1L class, and expresses the LSSB’s congratulations to Matthew Orr, Jessica Rice, and Rachel Smith of the Negotiation Board on their recent 1st place finish in Arbitration at the Securities Triathlon in New York City.

S. Res.-2 (2016-17)

Resolution 3

Drafted by Mary Chandler Cossar, Senator for the 1L class, and expresses the LSSB’s congratulations to Alexia Boggs of the Negotiation Board on winning the 2017 National Championship at the Closer National Transactional Law Competition at Baylor University.

S. Res.-3 (2016-17)

Resolution 4

Drafted by Andrew Cicero, Senator for the 1L class, and welcomes Susan Duncan as the new Dean of the University of Mississippi School of Law. The Law School Student Body thanks Dean Deborah Bell for her immense dedication and service to the law school.

S. Res.-4 (2016-17)

Resolution 5

Drafted by Mary Chandler Cossar, Senator for the 1L class, and expresses the LSSB’s congratulations to Kent Aldenderfer, Alexia Boggs, Kyle Hansen, Marshall McKellar (student coach), and Professor Andrea Harrington (faculty adviser) on winning the 2017 North American Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition. The LSSB wishes them good luck in the international final rounds in Australia in the Fall of 2017.

S. Res.-5 (2016-17)

Resolution 6

Drafted by Charlotte Cooper, Senator for the 1L class, and expresses the LSSB’s congratulations to James Blake Kelly, Joshua Rhodes, Professor Lisa Roy (coach), and the Moot Court Board on their victory at the 2017 Touro Law Center’s National Moot Court Competition in Law & Religion.

S. Res.-6 (2016-17)

 
 

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