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OOo A ssnriflfpH s 150 2002-03 University Judicial Council members: Lloyd Holmes - Assistant Dean of Students, judicial Bentley Harris - Chair Vernon Rayford Sarah Abston - Co-chair Sara Hart Rosenblatt Hayes Burchfield Julian Gilner Christianna Jackson Brett Soldevila Trent Yates
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S t n H e n t R n H y e n a t e abinet 2002-03 Cabinet Acade mic Affairs: Carla Crosby Attorney General: Gabe Roberts Co-Director of Campus Affairs: Winston Collier Co-Director of Campus Affairs: Jennifer Owen Chief of Staff: Hadyn Roberts Communications: Will Bardwell Elections Co-Commissioner: Timothy Conkin Elections Co-Commissioner: Cassie Norton Executive Assistant: Laura Shirley Executive Assistant: Tiffany Yates Executive Liaison: Alan Bean External Affairs: Jack Byrne Minority Affairs: C.J. Rhodes Rapid Response: Joel Moore Standing Committees: Gordon Fellows Student Services: J.B. Ward Office Manager: Chin Onwubiko 3 149
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Ktii d p n t R n H ¥ Jud lcia The University of Mississippi Judicial Council is the highest tribunal of the university. It decides all cases involving an interpretation of the M Book and any case assigned to it by the university ' s judicial officer. The council also has jurisdiction over the ASB majority decision of the University Judicial Council regarding such matters is final, subject to appeal. It consists of an elected student chair, eight students, and eight faculty or staff members. An assistant chair is appointed from the eight student members. Council members are selected at the end of each academic year through an application and interview process. The Dean of Students and the Assistant Dean of Students (judicial) serve as advisors to the University Judicial Council. Faculty and staff representatives on the University Judicial Council are nominated or can be appointed by the Vice Chancellor for Student Life. unci 1 1 S ur the ' University Judiciaf Councif strives to uphofd a spirit of fairness in its decisions whife keeping trie best interests of Both the student and the university in mind " -(BentCey ' Harris
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