How the Judicial Panel Works
The Judicial Panel (JP) is the judiciary branch of the Undergraduate Student Government. The Panel does not have a set schedule in which it convenes. Typically, the Panel meets bi-weekly during the autumn semester to review the Undergraduate Student Government’s governing documents, both to fully understand the guidelines, as well as to research and suggest changes to these documents. Justices may also attend General Assembly when proposing suggested changes to the documents. During the spring semester, the Panel meets more regularly, typically to discuss USG election procedures, plan and host information sessions for interested candidates of office, maintain a level playing field for all involved parties, and oversee the online voting system. The Panel also may review and investigate briefs filed regarding alleged violations of our governing documents at any point of the academic year. Please submit all briefs and inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Standing Rules of the Judicial Panel
Chief Justice Connor Greenwood
Connor Greenwood is a fourth-year Political Science and History major. He is a native Ohioan who enjoys traveling, watching the Buckeyes, and cheering on the Yankees. Connor also serves a mentor for the Politics, Society, and Law Scholars Program, and serves on the Board of Student Conduct. He holds experience in the Ohio House of Representatives, the U.S. Senate, and the Drug Enforcement Administration. He currently is employed at Ohio Governor John Kasich’s Office. This is Connor’s third year serving on the Judicial Panel.
Benjamin Omar Allen
Bio to come
Michael Branum is a second year Finance major from Jacksonville, Florida. During his first year in USG Michael served as both an Intern and a Committee Representative in the Student Affairs Committee. Moreover, Michael is a Politics, Society, and Law (PSL) Scholar. On campus Michael can commonly be found at Scott Traditions Dining Hall.
Ben Eyssen is a third year Finance and History major from Brunswick, Ohio. Ben comes from a large family of seven. Other than student government, Ben is involved in the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity, the OSU College Republicans, and h2o church. He enjoys playing sports, reading, and traveling. In addition to the Buckeyes, Ben is an avid fan of Cleveland sports.
Madlin Fulger is a fourth-year Psychology major from Norwalk, Ohio. She enjoys biking, traveling, reading, and eating in her free time. Madlin is currently employed at Manley Deas Kochalski, LLC and has experience working as an intern in one of Philadelphia's special docket courts. This will be her first year serving on USG's Judicial Panel.
Ryan Moore is a second year Political Science and Economics major from Wadsworth, Ohio. During his first year in USG Ryan served as both an Intern and a Committee Representative in the Academic Affairs Committee. Outside of USG, Ryan is involved in undergraduate research in the departments of Political Science, Communication, and the Fisher College of Business. In addition, Ryan is a Politics, Society, and Law (PSL) Scholar. On campus Ryan can commonly be found at Derby Hall.
Namrata Pujara is a second year Political Science major from Irvine, California. She enjoys watching sports, exploring Columbus, and reading. In addition to serving on the Judicial Panel this year, Namrata will be serving as the Director of Programming for the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) as well as employed as a Facility Assistant at recreation centers on campus.
Theo Randolph is a third year Economics and Mathematics major from Upper Arlington, Ohio. He enjoys reading, working out, and eating in his free time. Outside of USG, Theo is a financial coach for Scarlet and Gray Financial in the Office of Student Life, and is employed as a Student Instructional Associate in the Mathematics Department. This will be his second year serving on USG’s Judicial Panel.
Nasra Warsame is a Biology/Pre-Optometry major. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania but raised in Ohio she enjoys spending time with family and friends, and watching dramas. Nasra is also a member of the Pre-Optometry club. This is Nasra's 2nd year serving on the Judicial Panel.
Clerk of Court:
Sean Honesty is a second-year Biochemistry and Political Science major from Schaumburg, Illinois. He most enjoys writing, cheering on his fellow Buckeyes, and exploring new cultures. Sean is active within USG as a Liaison and also serves as Secretary for the American Chemical Society's chapter on campus. On campus, you are most likely to find him at the SEL or Celeste Labs.