The Honor Council is a group of 24 second and third year students who, investigate and adjudicate alleged violations of the Honor Code of the School of Law. These students are leaders in their respective classes, and they are committed to creating an atmosphere of integrity at the School of Law. Each member of the Council is elected by fellow classmates at the end of their first year for a two-year term of service on the Council. Members work to create awareness of the integrity issues that face students in law school, as well as to refer students to resources that aid them in dealing with those issues as they arise.
Serving on the Honor Council is a wonderful leadership opportunity, where members stand in a powerful position of trust that flows directly from administrators. For more information, contact the Council at email@example.com
Spencer R. Booth, President
Faculty Advisor: Professor Lave