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craft a curriculum drawing from numerous classes, clinics,
concentrations, research centers, degree programs, and a library to
build a rich sequence of courses and experiences.
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With a nod to its long tradition of legal scholarship and anticipation of the next generation of that tradition, members of the Buffalo Law Review celebrated a season of achievements at the publication’s 27th annual dinner.
This year’s 27th annual Students of Color Dinner marked a
first: the graduation of two students who came to SUNY Buffalo Law
School by way of DiscoverLaw, the school’s program to
introduce promising students of color to the possibilities of a
A gay-rights pioneer told his story of two major court victories
– ones that advanced the legal rights and human dignity of
gay and lesbian people – at the annual dinner of OUTLaw, the
Law School’s LGBTQ student organization.
Teams travelled across the country to SUNY Buffalo Law to participate in the forty-third Albert R. Mugel National Tax Law Competition, the oldest and most prestigious tax law moot court in the country.