The Supreme Court consists of the Chief Justice, four Associate Justices and a Clerk of the Court. The Student Body President appoints justices from among second- and third-year students at FSU’s College of Law. The Chief Justice appoints the Clerk of the Court, who can be any student, and the Florida State University Elections Commission, which is comprised of five students at FSU’s College of Law.
Any student may file a complaint with the Supreme Court by filling out a complaint form. The student must simply state the facts of the claim and the court’s jurisdiction, which covers:
1. Questions of the constitutionality of actions by student governing groups, organizations, and their representatives
2. Violations of the Student Body Constitution and Statutes
3. Conflicts between student groups
4. Violations of the student conduct code
5. Violations of the SGA ethics code
6. Appeals from the Florida State University Elections Commission
7. Advisory opinions, which may be requested by the Student Body President or any Senator
8. Issuing any writ necessary and proper to the complete exercise of the court’s jurisdiction
Forms for filing claims can be found on the forms page here•>
The Courts adopted rules of procedure can be found here•>
Supreme Court Chief Justice:
Monday: 9 a.m.-11 a.m.
Tuesday: 3 p.m.-5 p.m.
Wednesday: 3 p.m.-5 p.m.
& by appointment
Supreme Court Associate Justice:
Clerk of the Court: