Alcohol Policy and Notification Procedures - Student Organization On-Campus Events
- Alcoholic beverages may not be served at a student organization event unless a temporary permit has been obtained from New York State. Permits may be applied for here: http://www.sla.ny.gov/online-permit-applications. Groups should allow at least 3 weeks for the issuance of a permit from the time that all required documentation has been submitted to the State.
- Student Services must be notified if you intend to serve alcohol at your event. You must fill out an alcohol notification form and provide it to Student Services.
- No alcohol may be served at an on-campus event before 5:00 p.m except by prior written consent from Dean Ramos-Herbert or Joel Kosman.
- You may only serve beer and wine at Law School events held on campus.
- Self-service of alcohol at an event is not permitted.
- Each area where alcohol is available at an event must be monitored by at least one organization member who is at least 21 years of age and who has attended a University Event Management Alcohol Training session during the current academic year. The schedule for such training and the procedure for registering may be found HERE. Alcohol monitors may not drink alcoholic beverages before or during the time that they are monitoring an alcohol service area.
- Alcohol may only be served at an event by Law School students who are least 21 years of age and who have attended a University Event Management Alcohol Training session during the current academic year. Servers may not drink alcoholic beverages before or during the time they are serving.
- Ample food and non-alcoholic beverages must be served and prominently displayed at any event where alcohol is served. Such food and beverages must be available throughout the time that alcohol is being served, and must be replenished, as needed, during this time.
- All event guests must be 21 years of age and must be able to produce identification of age if asked.