New officers elected for Maine Law Student Bar Association

Hilary Forsley '20, SBA PresidentThe student body at the University of Maine School of Law recently elected new officers and class representatives for the Student Bar Association (SBA).

The mission of the SBA is to foster a community at Maine Law through educational, professional, and social events. The association is the voice of the student body, and serves as an umbrella organization for the nearly 20 other student organizations at the Law School. The SBA manages funding received from student activity fees; oversees the incorporation of new student groups; and helps current organizations to maintain administration and to follow appropriate by-laws.

“I’m incredibly honored to represent Maine Law as the new SBA President,” said 2L Hilary Forsley. “I look forward to working with fellow student leaders and our supportive faculty and staff to generate community and continue to improve our institution. It’s going to be a great year ahead!”

The many student organizations offer speakers, panels, lunches, and a number of other small events throughout the year, while the SBA itself hosts many of the traditional annual events for students, including the Winter Holiday Party, Barrister’s Ball, and the Law School Follies.

Congratulations to the new SBA!

President: Hilary Forsley

Vice President: Timothy Lueders-Dumont

Secretary: Paige Eggleston

Treasurer: Nathan Moore

Communications Director: Rachel Bauer

1L Reps: 

  • Jamie Blair
  • Michael Flaherty
  • Francesca Magno
  • Eli Murphy
  • Katie Randall

2L Reps: 

  • Emily Acritelli
  • Grady Burns
  • Melanie Dorn
  • Chase Hamilton
  • Alex Mihalov

3L Reps: 

  • Drew Anderson
  • Bri Esposito
  • John Fogarty
  • Whitney Lallas
  • Morgan Taylor