Judicial

Chief Justice - Michael Balourdas

The Undergraduate Judiciary Cabinet (UJC) is the judicial branch of the undergraduate arm of Georgia Tech’s Student Government Association (SGA). It hears cases of non-academic misconduct that involve Institute undergraduates. Cases arrive at the UJC when a student decides to have a panel of their peers hear the case instead of a representative in the Office of Student Integrity (OSI) or when the OSI representative chooses to send the case directly to the panel. The panel then makes a recommendation to the Assistant Dean of Students/Director of Student Integrity who then makes the decision about the student’s case. It is composed of 14 panel members and one (1) panel chair, who are selected through a process that involves approval and oversight from undergraduate SGA’s executive and legislative wings.
 

UJC

Back Row: Darryl Terry II, Rachel Still, Thomas Ross, Jake White, Ben Murray, Andrew Kell, James Youhne, Sela Sarkisian, Brian Bradley
Seated: Vivia Chew, Lizzie Lisenby, Chief Justice Michael Balourdas, Marco Ricci, Alex McAuliffe
Not pictured: Heather Johnston

Please contact Chief Justice Michael Balourdas with further questions, comments, and concerns!