Whether you chose to pursue a career in public service or private practice, the Law School provides a hands-on, practice-oriented curriculum that combines a strong theoretical foundation with practical skills.
Our vast network of Law Alumni have significant influence at local, state and national levels and are paving the way for the next generation through mentoring, active engagement with the Law School, and philanthropy.
The Advocacy Institute – the School of Law’s newest signature initiative to train students to become the best advocates in the profession – has taken a major step forward with the naming of a high-profile National Advisory Board.
The latest data on a much-talked-about issue in legal education,
the amount of education debt carried by new graduates, shows that
the University at Buffalo School of Law grads carry less debt
than nearly ninety percent of their peers.
Associate Professor Matthew Steilen presented his paper
“The Josiah Philips Attainder and the Institutional Structure
of the American Revolution” at the 2016 Law & Humanities
Junior Scholar Workshop held at Columbia Law School in New York