About SBA

Welcome to the home of the LSU Student Bar Association!

The LSU SBA is the student government body for the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University. Every law student at LSU Law is a member of the Student Bar Association. The SBA conducts itself in accordance with the bylaws contained in the SBA Constitution.

Our officers are made up of class officers, as elected by students of each of the three law school classes. Five executive officers are then elected by the entire student body. In addition to acting as the liaison between students and the administration, the SBA coordinates a number of social networking and morale events for law students each semester.  Also, the SBA proudly facilitates funding for PMH’s many Student Organizations. These Student Organizations are, as the name suggests, completely student-run, and represent a variety of legal interests while building camaraderie among our student body and building new ties with the community. Find a list of our active student organizations here: Student Organizations, Descriptions, & Contact Information

The Student Bar Association of the Paul M. Hebert Law Center is duly organized under the laws of the State of Louisiana as a nonprofit corporation. Articles of Incorporation