Whether you chose to pursue a career in public service or private practice, the Law School provides a hands-on, practice-orientated curriculum that combines a strong theoretical foundation with practical skills.
A new Law School practicum is putting students’ legal skills to use on behalf of an underserved group of clients: federal offenders who are completing their sentences and finding their way in life after prison.
Kerisha Hawthorne '14 came to law school wanting to bridge the
gap between the legal system and low-income individuals. Her
participation in SUNY Buffalo Law School's Healthy Homes Legal
Practicum gave her the opportunity to advocate for low-income
individuals and strengthened her desire for a career in