Just as the role of the Executive and Legislative branches of Student Government mirror to some extent their state and federal counterparts, the Judiciary also models itself on the US Supreme Court. Constitutionally, the Judiciary was created to address grievances, review requests for club charters, serve as parliamentarians, and run USG elections.

The Judiciary is also the final say in whether or not an action (including bills/resolutions, executive decisions, etc) taken by any other branch is constitutional. The five justices of the Judiciary serve two year terms and each hold one of the five positions: Chief Justice, Vice Chief, Director of Elections, Director of Club Relations, and Director of Judicial Affairs.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at

Steven Feldman
United Student Government
Moravian College


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