The Student Bar Association (SBA) was organized in the spring of 1952 and includes all law students enrolled in the day and evening programs of the College of Law. The SBA is governed under a constitution adopted by students. The SBA's purpose is to provide a means of closer unity among all students and to foster mutual cooperation and understanding between the student body, the law faculty, and the legal profession. The SBA of Loyola is a member of the Law Student Division of the American Bar Association.
Membership dues in the SBA are $250 for all students payable at registration of the freshman year but covering all three (four) years of law school.
Student Bar Association
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
7214 St. Charles Avenue
Campus Box 901
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118