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The Executive Committee

Chair – Shannon Cason

Shannon Cason

Shannon is a 4th year in the College of Arts & Sciences, majoring in Cognitive Science with a minor in Spanish. She is from Baltimore, Maryland. Outside of the University Judiciary Committee, she is a part of the University Guide Service, a peer advisor in the Office of African American Affairs, and on the Academic and Career Development Committee of the Black Student Alliance.

Vice Chair for First Years – Gabriella Cox

Gabriella Cox

Gabby is a third-year from Richmond, Virginia. She is in the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, interested in following a National Defense Policy track, as well as double majoring in Government. Outside of the University Judiciary Committee, she works at a local restaurant,  is involved in Madison House, and is on staff as an RA for Housing and Residence Life.

Vice Chair for Trials – Chirag Kulkarni

Chirag Kulkarni

Chirag is a third year studying Mathematics and Computer Science in the College of Arts and Sciences. He was born and raising in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Outside of the UJC, Chirag is involved with the Community Honor Fund, the Inter-fraternity Council and research in the Computer Science department.

Vice Chair for Sanctions – Mahathi Kambham

Mahathi Kambham

 Mahathi is a third-year student from Centreville, Virginia. She is studying Marketing and Information Technology in the McIntire School of Commerce. She is also majoring in Spanish and minoring in Economics in the College. Outside of the University Judiciary Committee, she is involved in Smart Women Securities and Virginia Case Club

Vice Chair for Graduate Students – Kyle Chattleton

Kyle Chattleton

Kyle is a PhD candidate in the McIntire Department of Music’s Critical and Comparative Studies program. Prior to coming to UVA, he graduated magna cum laude from Chapman University with dual bachelor degrees in Music and Composition. When he’s not in Charlottesville, you can usually find him exploring New York City or enjoying an In-N-Out burger in his home state of California.  


Senior Counselor – Michael Marget

Michael Marget

Michael Marget is a fourth-year from Boston studying History and Global Public Health. He is a Head Program Director for Madison House, an organic chemistry teaching assistant and an active member of the Jewish community on grounds.

Senior Counselor – Zoe Olbrys

Zoe Olbrys

Zoe is a third-year from Oxford, Connecticut studying History and Political Philosophy, Policy, & Law. Outside of the UJC, Zoe is an Advisor in Honor and is involved in Third Year Council, the Virginia Review of Politics, Pancakes for Parkinson’s, the Hellenic Society, and her sorority’s Policy & Standards Board.

Senior Educator – Sarah Brabston

Sarah Brabston

Sarah Brabston is a fourth-year student from Birmingham, Alabama studying History & Foreign Affairs. Outside of UJC, Sarah serves as the Vice President of Judiciary for the Inter-Sorority Council, volunteers with the Legal Aid Justice Center and is an active member of Reformed University Fellowship.

Senior Investigator – Monica Marciano

Monica Marciano

Monica is a fourth-year student from Front Royal, Virginia. She is studying Foreign Affairs and Spanish in the College of Arts and Sciences. She is also a first year graduate student in the Frank Batten School of Leadership & Public Policy. Outside of UJC, Monica is involved in the University Guide Service, the Women’s Center, Sustained Dialogue, and the Raven Society.

Senior Data Manager – Lauren Kim

Lauren Kim

Lauren is a second-year student from Boston. She is enrolled in the College and is studying History and Middle Eastern Studies. Outside of the UJC, Lauren is involved with XA Christian Fellowship, the Women’s Center, Brown Residential College, and is a counselor within the Honor System.


FYJC Co-Chair – Evelyn Garey



FYJC Co-Chair – Nabeel Raza


The Representatives

The UJC consists of twenty-five Representatives elected from the eleven undergraduate and graduate schools of the University for one-year terms beginning April 1. Each school elects two Representatives, except for the College of Arts and Sciences which elects three. Representatives serve as judges during UJC trials and are responsible for the committee policy and procedure.

The Counselors

A counselor is assigned to both the complainant and the accused in each case, and it is the duty of the counselor to give their party a better understanding of the judicial process and to represent their party during a trial, if requested by the party. Counselors are well-versed in UJC policy and trial procedure.

The Counselors

The Educators

Education is a high priority of the Judiciary Committee. Students who are selected to be educators lead the Committee’s educational efforts to the University community. In addition, educators also work with guilty students sanctioned by the Judiciary Committee to obtain feedback regarding their experience with the judicial system.

The Educators

The Investigators

One of the investigator’s duties is to question all parties involved in a case and college from them the relevant facts. These facts are compiled in a written report and presented at the time of the trial to a panel of judges so that they may acquaint themselves with the substance of the case

The Investigators

First Year Judiciary Committee

An autonomous subcommittee of the UJC, the First-Year Judiciary Committee (FYJC) hears all cases of alleged offenses by first-year students in the first-year living areas. Its procedures and jurisdiction closely mirror that of its parent body, the UJC.

First Year Judiciary Committee