The ASMSU Judicial Council is a group of five students, picked by the President, and approved by the Senate.  Justices remain on the Judicial Council as long as they remain an eligible ASMSU student.  The Judicial Council is responsible for reviewing and interpreting the actions of the Senate, review student appeals, and Elections grievances, through the ASMSU Constitution, Bylaws, and Montana State Law.  For further questions, contact the Chief Justice of the Judicial Council at asmsucj@montana.edu


 


Elections Dispute Form


 

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Justin Johnson

Chief Justice

My name is Justin Johnson, and I am a sophomore in the Honors College studying chemical engineering with a biochemistry and German language minors. I am originally from Helena, Montana, and I have always aspired to work in a medically related field that would allow me to positively impact the world. Along with serving as Chief Justice for the ASMSU Judicial Council, I am a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, an advocate at the MSU VOICE Center, and Executive Director of the Montana Student Foresight Foundation. I enjoy serving as the Chief Justice, and look forward to continuing my work with ASMSU. 

Office Hours (SUB 221):

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Hannah Good

Hannah Good

Justice

My name is Hannah Good and I am a junior  in the honors college double majoring in political science and history. I hail from Great Falls, MT and grew up in a farming family. In addition to my studies, I am an active member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority and employed at the law firm of Brown & Dinwiddie, PLLC. This is my second year as a member of the Judicial Council, and I look forward to further establishing ourselves within ASMSU. 

Office Hours (SUB 221):

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Casey Wolfe

Justice

My name is Casey Wolfe and I am a freshman originally from Colorado Springs, Colorado studying Business Marketing and Management. Here at MSU I am a part of the Honors College, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, and the American Marketing Association. Working at the Office of Student Engagement introduced me to the passion of giving back to our college and community, and I am excited to continue in doing so as a justice. 

 

Office Hours (SUB 221):

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Sam Hatfield

Justice

As a junior in the College of Business majoring in accounting with a minor in finance, I thought being a justice with ASMSU was a great opportunity to learn about and participate in student government.  In addition to my studies, I work part-time at a local business to gain accounting experience. The past few summers I’ve enjoyed training for and competing in many local trail races. I volunteer as a race course sweep on many trail races as well.  I am honored to be on the ASMSU Judicial Council and look forward to being involved with ASMSU.  

Office Hours (SUB 221):

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