Judicial Leadership Council

SGLC Pre-requisite

Students in this program must first go through the Student Government Leadership Council in the Fall semester. The coordinators divide students, guided by the student interest, into separate councils for each branch. The Executive Leadership Council, Senate Leadership Council, and Judicial Leadership Council allow students to spend the spring semester deep within their preferred area. The SGLC application can be found on KnightConnect under Student Government Executive Branch under forms. Make sure you are logged in with your NID email in order to access the form.

For more information about the SGLC program, visit the SGLC Involvement page


The Judicial Leadership Council is a training and mentorship program that allows students to immerse themselves in the Judicial Branch of UCF’s Student Government. The program consists of weekly meetings and mentorship pairings between participants and current Justices. Our goal with Judicial Leadership Council is to inform students about the inner workings of the Judicial Branch so that they can readily and successfully transition from the Judicial Leadership Council to an Associate Justice position on the Judicial Council. Participants in the program will be taught about the responsibilities of the Judicial Branch such as parking appeals, student conduct hearings, grade appeals, eligibility appeals, constitutional review, impeachment hearings, and the Judicial Branch outreach programs.

Most importantly, participants in the Judicial Leadership Council will learn how to be an unbiased leader and how to serve the best interest of students at all times. After this program, students will be ready and able to serve as Justices on SG’s Judicial Council.

For more information, please contact the External Assistant Chief Justice Daniel Rivera at sgjcexternal@ucf.edu or the Internal Assistance Chief Justice Jake Hanson at sgjcinternal@ucf.edu.
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