SGA is hiring judicial advisers

From the Student Government Association’s Attorney General:

The Student Judicial Advisers Program is responsible for assisting all students after they have been charged by the University with violating the Code of Student Conduct. The program is funded by the Student Government Association, and is completely independent from the University conduct system. The program’s sole purpose is to provide counsel and support for students with any University conduct-related issue.

Judicial Advisers are required to work 10 hours a week and are paid $8.00 an hour.

Responsibilities include:

Meeting with students to discuss the charges against them and what possible ramifications they could be facing.

Helping students to prepare the best possible cases for themselves. This may include assisting students in formulating their arguments, gathering witness statements, and researching university policies and regulations.

Attending conduct hearings with students to provide counsel and support.

Representing students during conduct hearings when permitted.

Aiding students in appealing the decision of their case if necessary.

Three positions are available for Fall 2014. 
More info and the application for 2014-15 are available here.
Application deadline is March 9th.