Elected to uphold the Governing Documents of the Association, the members of the Judicial Board work to adjudicate any disputes under the purview of the Association.
Subject to the powers of the members and other limitations provided for in this Constitution, the Judicial Board has the power to:
- Be responsible for the adjudication of cases involving:
- The disputes between members or bodies of the Association regarding the constitutionality of any action or inaction by other members of bodies of the Association.
- The appeals of decisions by the Board of Elections and Appointments from members of the Association in the elections administered by the Board of Elections and Appointments.
- Subpoena any member of the Association or any material deemed necessary to foster a judicious adjudication by the Judicial Board.
- Populate standing and ad-hoc committees of the College.
- Ensure that members and actions of the Association are in compliance with the Constitution and Bylaws of the Association by judicial review.
Any member or body of the Association may file a case against:
- Any elected or appointed member of the VSA.
- Any student organization that is officially recognized by the VSA.
- Any officer of a student organization that is officially recognized by the VSA.