MNLUA takes student governance seriously. Very seriously. As befitting any law school, the University has a dynamic student body with a keen awareness of its rights; one which seeks to have its voice heard. The student body has its own Constitution, creating an elected Student Bar Council whose primary duty is to represent the interests of students before the administration and faculty, and work towards creating an inclusive and convivial atmosphere on campus. While the practical utility of and need for student governance is immense, the fact that participative decision-making and the creation of structures of self-governance are also profound learning experiences is an added benefit.

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