The student representatives are the education committee's representatives in the lecture halls and your representatives as a student. There should generally be four student representatives per semester of the undergraduate law programme, and two student representatives per master's programme and year.
A student representative's main task is to gather the opinions of their fellow students about the semester or master's programme they are studying. These opinions should then be presented to the relevant team of lecturers, preferably at a course conference where representatives from the lecturing team, the student representatives, and a Union officer from the education committee normally participate.
The student representatives also attend the student representative meetings held at the Law Students' Union's (JF) premises approximately once a month. Here, the student representatives report on what has happened in each respective semester. The meetings are attended by JF's board and the education committee, and the opportunity is given to discuss the issues that the student representatives are currently dealing with. Sometimes external guests from the university, faculty or other organisations are invited to give short presentations to the student representatives on relevant topics.
What does a student representative do?
COURSE OFFICER HT21
Isabel Maria González Södersten
Mi Holmqvist Åberg
Jasmin Öykü Özdemir