Student Government Association

Student Judicial Council

The Student Judicial Council is the judicial branch of the Student Government Association and assists with election and constitutional conflicts.

Student Judicial Council Appointments

Are you a student interested in law? The Student Judicial Council (SJC) is the judicial branch of the SGA that resolves electoral and constitutional disputes. We need students that meet the following criteria:

  • Maintain a HPU grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.5
  • Take no less than twelve (12) HPU credits during fall and spring semesters
  • A desire to serve in their HPU community until graduation

If you meet the above requirements and would like to serve in the SJC as an Associate Justice, please fill out the SJC Nomination Form and submit it to SGA Advisor Adrienne Lampitelli at

Student Judicial Council of the SGA

Photo not available Name: Wesley Chai
Position: Chief Justice

Hometown: Hawaii
Major: Justice Administration








Election or Constitutional Concerns

Please contact the Student Judicial Council (SJC) if you wish to file a complaint regarding an election or constitutional concern. 

A person who wishes to file the complaint should file a petition with the Chief Justice of the SJC.  To file a petition email notifying the SJC that you would like to start the complaint process.  For example, "I hereby petition to challenge ..."

Once the petition is filed, the SJC decides whether to dismiss the case or allow it to continue with a complaint form.

SJC Precedent Cases

Below are past cases heard and resolved by the HPU Student Judicial Council.