The Law School Student Senate (LSSS) is the Law School's elected student government. LSSS serves a wide range of functions and constantly strives to meet the various needs and interests of students at Michigan Law.
About the Law School Senate
LSSS is the main funding source for all Law School student organizations, and it also facilitates student involvement with the Law School Administration. LSSS sponsors numerous Law School events throughout the year, including events such as the Halloween Party, Faculty-Student Wine and Cheese Events, Faculty Member Lectures, Winter Formal, Bar Nights, and Welcome and End-of-the-Year Events. LSSS also manages two different Law School listserv systems for students and faculty to use.
LSSS facilitates change on behalf of students. The organization appoints students to all University and Law School standing committees, assists with faculty hiring, liaises with administrative officials on behalf of students, provides several services for law students, and leads various initiatives to help improve student life and academics at Michigan Law. LSSS also influences policy at the Lawyers Club through its representatives on the Lawyers Club governing body, the Board of Governors.
Richard Cantoral (he/him)
Sand Yacoub (they/them)
Luis Fiallos (he/him)
Hannah Buzil (she/her)