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NYC Program in Finance and Law Early Placement

The SUNY Buffalo Law School is pleased to announce Early Placement in the New York City Program in Finance and Law in New York City. Space is limited for this one of a kind opportunity to learn and live in New York City!

What is the New York City Program in Finance and Law ?
The New York City Program in Finance and Law introduces students with a variety of backgrounds to the practice of lawyers engaged in transactional work in the global marketplace.  The program is designed to prepare you to be “practice ready” upon graduation. Our team centered approach, allows for hands on learning and emphasizes creative thinking in solving real world problems in a fast paced and challenging environment.

Participate in our Early Placement Program
To be considered for Early Placement you must:

  1. Be accepted to the J.D. Program for fall semester 2014
  2. Submit the application for Early Placement by April 30, 2104

If you are selected for Early Placement, you will have a space reserved for you before you complete your first year of Law School. This is a competitive process and decisions will be made on a rolling basis.

If you have any questions about the NYC Program Early Placement Application, please contact the Admissions Office at law-admissions@buffalo.edu or call 716-645-2907.

Early Placement Application Form

 
 

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To be considered for early placement in the NYC Program, please submit your answers tp the following questions by April 30, 2014. Your answers should be no 2500 words.

Early placement gives you an opportunity to hold a space in the program provided you remain in good academic standing as defined by the law school and your law school performance demonstrates in the judgment of the Program Faculty a commitment to fully participate in the NYC Program. The Selection Committee will make their selections based on your J.D. application and the responses to the following questions.