Mike Omboni was elected for the 2016-2017 Academic Year as the Executive Vice President of the GW Law Student Bar Association (SBA).
The son of two small business owners from Westchester County, NY, Mike has been willing to do the hard work to ensure what's best for the people he serves. Since entering GW Law School in 2014, Mike has led in many capacities in SBA. Mike served as the Jay Inn’s SBA Senator in his first two years at the law school. He was the 2015-2016 SBA Senate Rules & Constitution Committee Chairman. He previously served as the SBA Senate Parliamentarian, a member of the SBA Senate Audit Committee, and a proactive member of the SBA Senate Wellness & Programming Committee.
Serving in these roles, Mike authored and sponsored various legislation affecting the SBA Bylaws & Constitution, as well as wellness and academic activities at the law school. As a 1L, he was Chairman of the SBA Strategic Plan's Subcommittee on Law School & University Relations that was spearheaded by former SBA President Helen Clemens.
In addition to SBA, Mike is a Managing Editor of the GW International Law Review. He was previously the President of the Entrepreneurship & Law Society at GW, a student organization founded by Mike that hosts alumni, business leaders, and networking events. In 2013, Mike graduated from Fordham University with a B.A. in Economics and Philosophy, and a minor in Italian. He often reflects on the philosophical works of Aristotle and his academic interests include the intersection of Law and Economics. Mike considers Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy to be the greatest work in Western literature, and has read the epic poem in both English and Italian.
On weekends, Mike enjoys watching football with friends, reading up on entrepreneurial success stories, and golfing. His favorite beverage is an Arnold Palmer with a splash of lemonade.