The Presidium consists of the Law Student union’s chairman and vice-chairman respectively. The Presidium is in charge with the rest of the board for the operational management of the union. However, the Presidium, unlike the remaining Board members, work full-time. This means that the presidium will take a study break during its term of office, which is one year long. The Presidium works a lot together but also has divided areas for which they are responsible.
The chairman of JF has particular responsibility for education and representation and to represent the union in official contexts. Such official contexts may include meetings with other student associations or the Faculty of Law. The chairman calls for assembly and chairs the meetings of the Board.
JF’s vice chairman is responsible in particular for the union’s internal operations. This work includes a responsibility for the union’s economy, which shall be reported to the General Assembly and the Board on a regular basis. Vice Chairman is also responsible for cooperation in the Student Lund Agreement, read more here.