C. J. NEUMANN
C. J. is a senior Economics major from Dallas, TX. In his freshman year, he joined the Corps of Cadets and competed with the university's Mock Trial team as its Captain. He currently acts as Commander of Company A-1 and Operations Officer of Army ROTC, in addition to his work on the Court. Following graduation, C. J. will commission into the armed forces as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Army's engineer branch.
Vice Chief Justice
Ryan is a senior Finance major from Arlington, Texas. He has served the court since freshman year, spending two semesters as a Judicial Advocate and three as an Associate Justice. Outside Judicial Court, Ryan is the recruitment chair and student worker for the Commercial Banking Program, Director of Events for Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO), and teaches 4th grade at Grace Southwood. Additionally, Justice Woolsey once got a 12 kill win in Fortnite and can roll his tongue.
"Charity is no substitute for justice withheld." - Saint Augustine
Treasurer & Associate Justice
Rebecca Li is a second-year student, pursuing a B.B.A. in accounting and an M.S. in finance. Avidly involved in Aggies on Wall Street and the Aggie Investment Club, she aims to pursue investment banking in New York. Her involvement in SGA Judicial Court stems from her undying interest in Constitutional law and from her unwavering support for the Aggie community. Altogether, she is driven by her passion for learning and focused on her path to NYC.
Secretary & Associate Justice
Hannah Fisher is a senior Interdisciplinary Studies major from Plano, Texas. During her time at Texas A&M, she has invested her time in various student organizations that promote personal growth and campus impact, including Pi Beta Phi, CARPOOL, the MSC Stark Northeast Tour, the Public Policy Internship Program, and University committees. Hannah joined the Judicial Court in Spring 2018 to help students experiencing conflict within SGA while gaining valuable experience to be applied to a future legal education and career in family law. Beyond her educational and professional interests, Hannah loves dogs, political humor, and rewatching the Office.
Daniel Chalfin, Class of 2020, is a Finance major from San Antonio. In addition to the Judicial Court, Daniel volunteers with the Texas A&M Career Closet and is a Peer Leader for the Freshman Business Initiative. After finishing his undergraduate degree, Daniel plans to attend law school.
Shefali Chopra is a junior accounting major from Houston, TX. Shefali is humbled to serve as an Associate Justice on the SGA Judicial Court for the 2018-19 school year. Her journey with SGA Judicial Court has allowed her to connect with many amazing men and women who along with her strive to maintain Texas A&M as the epitome of excellence for student life. Outside of SGA, she is serving as a Co-VP of Finance for the American Business Woman’s Association, a peer leader for Freshman Business Initiative, and a Resident Advisor. Shefali is looking forward to what this year has to bring!
Eric Handley is a senior Mechanical Engineering major from Hudson, Texas. For his first three semesters, he attended Baylor University studying finance. But, after visiting Texas A&M one time in the Summer of 2016, he drove 1.5 hours each way to the MSC every day to do homework until he was able to transfer. During the Summer of 2018, Justice Handley worked at Lockheed Martin as an intern, and plans to return to the company after graduation as an Aeronautics Engineering for the F-35. Above all other achievements, Justice Handley once ate 16 pancakes during an all you can eat pancake special at IHOP, setting the record for that location. He has not visited the establishment since.
Harrison Richter is a senior undergraduate studying history and sociology. Given his natural passion for history and jurisprudence, he finds serving as Associate Justice within SGA to be a way in which he can help others significantly. As for the future, he plans to research the parallels between English and American common law, then to pursue a law degree in the northeast. Ultimately, he aims to serve as a federal judge, drawing upon the findings of his research in to contribute to civics education through ajudication. He will consider himself successful only if, upon reflection on his career, he can honestly say that he consistently afforded equal justice under law to all. Also, Justice Richter likes Capri-Suns and still plays Runescape.