Supreme Court 

 

The Student Government Judiciary consists of seven justices. Out of those seven, a Chief Justice is elected annually to preside over the Office of the Judiciary. It is the duty of these persons to interpret the Student Government Constitution and Statutes. The judiciary also settles disputes or complaints that students may have with Student Government, its agencies, and SG funded clubs. The Judiciary is the final say on issues of noncompliance, judicial complaint, or impeachment. Members gain important experience in the areas of due process and proper judicial procedure. They also represent the student body on the Academic Appeals Committee, Student Conduct, Parking Appeals Board, J-hold and Fee Appeal Committees.

 

Associate Justices 

 


 
 

Associate Justice

 Paige Kaplan

 

 

 

 

 

 

Associate Justice

 Cassidy Keefe

Cassidy Keefe is a Junior here at the University of North Florida. She is from Boynton Beach/ Wellington Florida and is majoring in Criminal Justice with a minor in Psychology. She is a member of the Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity, and is an active sister of Delta Gamma. She has been involved with Student Government since Spring 2015. First as a Senator, and then as the University and Student Affairs Chair for the Legislative Branch, and now as an Associate Justice. In the future she hopes to pursue a law degree and practice within Family Law.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Associate Justice

 Trafenia M.F. Salzman

 

Trafenia M.F. Salzman was born in Pensacola, Florida but raised in Lakeland, Florida. Trafenia moved to Jacksonville in the pursuit of finishing her Bachelor’s degree at UNF. She is currently majoring in International Business with minors in Spanish and Information Science. She works at CenterState Bank where she has had the pleasure of working for the past eight years in the Information Technology department. She is an avid runner and enjoys participating in triathlons. Her husband and she hope to finish their Bachelor degrees and then travel abroad with the hopes of graduate school not too far behind.