School of Law Admissions Blog

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All the advice needed to successfully apply and excel in law school and beyond.

Here at the UB School of Law, we recognize that the law school application process can be long and stressful. To help answer some of the many questions you have, we’re kicking off a series of Q&A blogs with the faculty, staff, or students who will be able to give you the information you need.
The holiday season may be a time for giving, but it’s also a time for lawyers to assert rights over things the average person might think should be free to all to use.
Congratulations, you are going to law school! Whether you come from a family of lawyers or you are forging the path on your own, here are 5 tips to make sure you succeed in your 1L year.
As any prospective law student knows, the LSAT means a whole lot when it comes to which law school you end up going to. If you took the test once and aren’t happy with your score, here’s a few insights on moving forward with taking the LSAT more than once.
Financial Aid in law school can often be a misnomer. Here are the basic things you need to know to make educated decisions when planning how to finance your law school education.
As you prepare to feast, here are 7 werid laws that you didn't know about Thanksgiving.
When you’re thinking about going to law school, there is much to do to prepare. How do you know when you should start? Let us walk you through a quick timeline of a general law school application timeline and how you can prepare over the course of the year!
At the University at Buffalo School of Law, we want to set you up for success in any way possible, and helping you decide on your degree path is no exception. Choosing a concentration for your J.D. program is a very big decision, let us help you make it by providing you with as much information as possible.
Your will likely be pre-registered for your first year law school classes, but that shouldn't stop you from thinking about the classes you want to take in your second and third years. 
Studying for the LSAT can be daunting, and even more so if you are venturing to do it on your own. Here are some suggestions on how to get started and achieve your highest score without the high price tag of a commercial course.