October 15, 2014 Now Recruiting Graduate Students to Serve on ASUC Judicial Council By Sarah McClure The ASUC Judicial Council is currently looking for graduate students to take a seat as a justice for graduate student representation on campus The ASUC Judicial Council is currently looking for graduate students to take a seat as a justice for graduate student representation on campus. The Judicial Council is a branch of the student government at UC Berkeley and consists of nine students. The Council is responsible for hearing campus-related various cases, including cases arising under the ASUC Constitution, such as interpretations, violations and execution of the rules and regulations of the ASUC. Interested candidates can contact the ASUC president at firstname.lastname@example.org. “The Judicial Council would be a great opportunity for any graduate student with an aptitude for policy or law, and an interest in matters that affect students campus-wide,” said John Ready, President of Graduate Assembly. To see a list of current justices, visit ASUC Judicial Council.