Graduate and Professional Student Association Judiciary

The Graduate and Professional Student Association Judiciary is comprised of three members, appointed by the GPSA President and approved by the Assembly. Their job is to rule on questions about the nature of constituencies and credentials of delegates. The judiciary is responsible for hearing cases of impeachment and appeal and will make the final decision in these cases. The judiciary interprets the Constitution, oversees elections, and conducts audits of GPSA financials at the beginning of each term. You can send an email at JudiciaryGPSA@gmail.com for further questions.

Jesse Scott, Chief Justice (Email: jus121@psu.edu)

Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Associate Justices:
Eric Flagg, Penn State Law Student

There is currently one position open on the GPSA Judiciary. If you are interested in filling this position, please contact the GPSA President, Matt Krott, by email at krott@psu.edu.




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