Graduate Judicial Branch

Chief Justice – Charley Irons

The Graduate Judiciary Cabinet (GJC) comprises the judicial branch of the Graduate Student Government Association (Grad SGA) at Georgia Tech. Justices are appointed annually (or as vacancies occur) and are expected to serve a two-year term. The Judiciary hears cases of alleged violations of Georgia Tech’s Student Code of Conduct by graduate students. The Judiciary also rules on issues involving constitutionality within Grad SGA and contested elections. The Graduate Student Body President appoints members of the Judiciary with the consent of the Senate. The Judiciary is constitutionally mandated to have three to nine sitting Justices, including the Chair. No Justice may serve in the Graduate Student Senate or the Graduate Executive Cabinet during their term.

Associate Justices

Abel Sapirstein

Fengxinyi (Doris) Zhao

If you are interested in serving on the Graduate Judiciary Cabinet, please contact Chief Justice Charley Irons directly.