The Jaeckle Center focuses on the ways in which law, politics and principles of democratic self-governance intersect at the state and local levels.
The Center's activities focus on issues of political practice and governmental structure, with a special emphasis on questions of public participation, power distribution, decentralization, and democratic responsiveness.
Specific topics of interest include:
The Center also maintains an interest in topics more traditionally identified with state and local government law, including questions of home rule, fiscal policy, land use, and regional governance. The Center's interests and activities are multidisciplinary, and its faculty affiliates are drawn from departments and disciplines across the university.
For more information about the Edwin F. Jaeckle Center for State and Local Democracy, please contact:
SUNY Buffalo Law School
Buffalo, NY 14260-1100