The judicial branch of Purdue Student Government is known as Purdue Student Supreme Court (PSSC) which is comprised of 9 Undergraduate Justices, 2 Graduate Justices, and Clerks. Every week, PSSC solves disputes between students and Parking Services at Traffic Court. When conflicts arise within Purdue Student Government, and when conflicts arise during student body elections, Court solves them. Justices serve on the advisory board for Student Legal Services, which is a free legal consultation service offered to undergraduate students as of Fall 2013. Court also works throughout the year to promote student awareness of rights and responsibilities.
Get Involved With The Judicial Branch
If you are looking to get involved with the judicial branch, please e-mail Chief Justice Angela Mata at firstname.lastname@example.org. Clerks are usually selected at the conclusion of each semester.