Judicial Branch

 


The Student Government Judiciary consists of nine justices. Out of those nine, 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 

 

 Lee Tomlins Portrait  

Chief Justice

 

 Lee Tomlins

sgajc@unf.edu  

 

Lee Tomlins is from Cape Coral, Florida studying accounting at the University of North Florida. He plans to graduate with his Masters in Accounting and pass his CPA exam. After saving enough he will return to school to earn his Juris Doctorate and become a tax lawyer. Once he retires he will create a finance summer camp where teenagers may learn everything from basic personal finance to how to read a financial report. 

 


     
Valentine Official Portrait    

Deputy Chief Justice

 

Bryson Valentine

sgadcj@unf.edu

 

Bryson Valentine is a freshman at the University of North Florida majoring in Communications (public relations) with a minor in sport Management. After graduation, Bryson plans on working in either the sports or legal field. His dream job is to work for the Legal Department of the Carolina Panthers, where he can enjoy both his passions for sports and law. In his free time, Bryson is a Swim Coach and Life Guard Instructor. 

 

 

Associate Justices 

 

 KSD  

Associate Justice

Kaley Slattery

 

Kaley Slattery is a senior at The University of North Florida double majoring in Political Science and English, from Oviedo, Florida. After graduation, Kaley hopes to attend a notable Florida law school to become an attorney. Kaley works as a legal assistant at Terrell Hogan, a law firm in downtown Jacksonville and has worked for multiple personal injury attorneys since she was 15. She is a member of the Panhellenic Sorority Community and served as a UNF Student Government Senator and will now serve as an Associate Justice on the Judicial Branch. Kaley is involved in multiple clubs on campus, and is the Chairman of the UNF College Republican club. She aspires to be an Appellant Court Judge in Florida and settle down with 1-5 dogs.  

     
 johja  

Associate Justice

Mary Johns

 

Mary Johns is a sophomore majoring in Political Science, concentrating in public law. She is a native to the Jacksonville area but wants to one day live on the beach in California. Her end goal is to attend law school upon graduation and use her legal knowledge to help others in the community. She sees herself focusing on civil rights or possibly international law. She is also an active member of UNF’s Catholic Ospreys where she has served others through mission work. When Mary is not in the courtroom, you will find her either at the library studying or spending time with her family.


 

 
     
Kyle Lammons   

Associate Justice

Kyle Lammons

 

Kyle is a Senior in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in Political Sciences. From St. Augustine, Kyle loves to see UNF continue to grow in the community. Kyle also serves as the President of Kappa Alpha Order on UNF's campus. Kyle enjoys spending time with his friends and exploring the outdoors. After college, he has plans of attending law school and becoming a Corporate Lawyer.

 
     
Vasquez Official Portrait


 

Associate Justice

 Jocelyn Vasquez


Jocelyne Vasquez is a Junior at the University of North Florida majoring in Political Science (public law) with a minor in Spanish. After graduating Jocelyne plans to join the Peace Corps in hopes of gaining a better understanding of the world and helping those in need. Jocelyne’s ultimate goal is to attend law school mostly concentrating in immigration law so that she can be a better advocate for immigrants. In her free time, you can find Jocelyne either with her family or at the beach. 

     
    

Associate Justice

 Kenny Johnson

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
 Ray Myers Portrait  

Associate Justice

Ray Myers

 

Ray is currently a junior majoring in Psychology, with an inter-disciplinary minor in Statistics and Business. His academic objective is a doctorate in Clinical Psychology with the aim of a practice dedicated to helping adolescents, young adults, and military members overcome traumatic events. Ray is a Florida native active in the community as a member of Bikers Against Child Abuse, a volunteer at North Florida School of Special Education, and a coordinating consultant to the annual Jacksonville Jazz Piano Competition. In his free time, you will likely find Ray riding along A1A on a Harley-Davidson Road King.

     
   

Associate Justice

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