The Board on Judicial Affairs (BJA) is a 15-person standing committee composed of Stanford faculty, staff and students (both graduate and undergraduate) that is charged with overseeing judicial affairs including adopting or modifying bylaws specifying policies and procedures, adopting and/or modifying the Student Conduct Penalty Code, and proposing amendments to the Student Judicial Charter of 1997. All members of the Stanford community are invited to propose suggestions about modifications of judicial procedures to the Board. The BJA consists of students jointly appointed by the Undergraduate Senate and the Graduate Student Council of the Associated Students of Stanford University, faculty appointed by the Senate of the Academic Council, and University staff appointed by the Provost.
In accordance with the Student Judicial Charter of 1997, the Board on Judicial Affairs welcomes input from members of the Stanford community and invites them to propose suggestions about modification of judicial procedures. The BJA encourages open discussion while also recognizing the necessity of confidentiality in its discussion of sensitive topics. Summarized minutes will continue to be published on the web. Requests to present business in front of the BJA should be directed to the BJA co-chairs. Guests will be invited to attend specific parts of BJA meetings as appropriate. The BJA will have an open forum at least once per year for the community to contribute public comment.
Board Members, 2013-2014 Academic Year
- Eve Clark, Linguistics*
- David Freeman Engstrom, Law
- Jack Rakove, History and Political Science*
- Tamar Schapiro, Philosophy*
- Ross Shachter, Management Science and Engineering, Co-Chair*
- Shalini Bhutani, Bechtel International Center*
- Sue Crutcher, School of Earth Sciences
- Cathy Glaze, Law School*
- Lauren Schoenthaler, Office of General Counsel (non-voting)*
- Jessica Dragonetti, Law (graduate)*
- Jessie Duan, Computer Science and MSC (undergraduate)
- Douglas Hannah, Management Science and Engineering (graduate)
- Adam Horowitz, Sociology (graduate)
- Miles Seiver, Computer Science (undergraduate), Co-Chair*
- Jacklyn Trejo, International Relations (undergraduate)
* returning member
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