The Judicial branch of ASW reviews all club constitutions and enforces all ASW guiding documents. The branch is overseen by the Chief Justice whom is also the administrative coordinator to the President, mentor to the Senate and leader of the Judicial Council.

Chief Justice, Chris Ooley

The Chief Justice enforces all ASW guiding documents and acts as the administrative coordinator to the President and a mentor to the Senate. Led by the Chief Justice, the Judicial Council consists of four appointed associate justices and one judicial clerk. This branch gives the final rule on all constitutional decisions, can review any piece of ASW documentation, and assesses all new club constitutions.

Chris Ooley is a third-year senior from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Chris has served as an active student on campus, previously holding the positions of First Year ASW Senator for the 2018-2019 school year and Business Senator for the 2019-2020 school year. He has also been a member on the WestminsterThinksBig Committee, a student worker in Institutional Advancement and Admissions, and has recently completed the Alumni Mentoring Program. His major is Economics Pre-Law, and his pronouns are He/Him/His.

Contact Chris.

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Associate Chief Justice, Justin Shadley 

Justin is a third-year senior studying economics with a minor in political science. Before serving on the Judicial Council, he represented his class as a student senator for two terms. He is passionate about issues regarding labor rights and hopes to pursue graduate work in that field after his time at Westminster. In his free time, Justin enjoys exploring the beauties of Utah, listening to music, and discussing politics. Justin serves as the vice president for Delta Mu Delta and also works as the economics tutor and the research assistant for the Gore School of Business.
 

Associate Justice, Claire Mautz 

Claire Mautz (she/her/hers) is a first-year from Presque Isle, Maine. She is majoring in History with hopes of attending law school following her undergraduate studies. She loves dancing, tumbling, and being in the mountains. Through Judicial Council, she’s excited to gain experience in dealings of law, as well as contribute to bettering the student experience.
 

Associate Justice, Emmajane Rankin

Emmajane Rankin is currently a sophomore at Westminster College. She’s also regularly called EJ so it’s possible that you may know her by that name too. She’s studying for a major in Political Science and a minor in Spanish before ideally continuing on to law school. Some interesting facts about her are that she hates goat cheese, likes giant dogs, and thinks it’s pretty hard to introduce herself as a person on paper (she’s much better in person so feel free to walk up and chat with her if you ever see her around campus). Overall, Emmajane is excited to be serving on ASW JuCo this year and hopes that this year ends up being great despite the unique circumstances!
 

Associate Justice, Tommy Creigh

Tommy Creigh is a junior majoring in Economics with a pre-law emphasis and minoring in History. Hailing from Omaha, Nebraska, he is excited to become an active member within ASW through the Judicial Council. He hopes to help make ASW more politically engaging to the general student body, and has experience with policy research after participating in an intensive internship at Libertas Institute in Lehi, Utah. With a deep interest in the workings of the legal system, he hopes to apply that knowledge with regards to economics after undergraduate school.

Judicial Clerk, Angelica Rodriguez

Angelica Rodriguez (she,her,hers) is in her second year at Westminster college and this year will be her second time as a part of the ASW judicial branch. She is majoring in elementary education with a minor in special education. She is part of the legacy program as a first generation student and is also a mentor in the little Griffens program. She was born in Las Vegas, Nevada and was raised here in Utah. She is very happy to have the opportunity to be a part of this group once again and is excited to see what’s in store for this year!
 

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