COVID-19 - Law Student Resource Toolbar

Need IT Assistance? A request for Law AV/IT service can be made one of three ways:

Live requests - (Mon-Fri, 9am to 5pm)

  • Chat: Add to your University Gmail chat client (Google Hangouts)
  • Text: 716-222-9905

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Transitioning to Online Learning

Distance Learning Orientation

Distance Learning Orientation sessions for students were held via Zoom on March 21st and March 22nd. If you were unable to participate in either session, a recording of the March 22nd session is now available online.

Counseling and Health Resources

  • UB Counseling Services COVID-19 Updates - 716-645-2720
  • After-Hours Counseling - 716-645-2222 (Ask the UPD for the on-call counselor)
  • Crisis Services - 716-834-3131
  • Health Concerns - 716-829-3316 or your personal/family doctor

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Vice Dean for Student Affairs Bernadette Gargano is also available at to schedule a time for an appointment by phone.

Lawyer to Lawyer Roundtable: Peer Support When You Need It Most

Hosted by the New York State Bar Association.

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the current state of the world and the practice of law feels like it is changing minute by minute, leaving many lawyers uneasy, anxious, and unsure. If you are experiencing these feelings, you are not alone.

Join other lawyers, law students and judges from across the state in a free and confidential support group being held weekly on Thursdays at 4:00 pm via Zoom, . The group will be facilitated by Libby Coreno, Chair of the Attorney Wellbeing Committee and Kerry O'hara, PsyD. Each group session will be loosely organized under a theme for discussion. All participants will be given the opportunity to share if they wish, with supportive discussion to follow.

This group is a support and discussion group. It is not a 12-step recovery group nor a therapeutic group. Its purpose is to discuss and share concerns, while connecting and supporting others in the profession.

Registration is not required, and participation is free. All group meetings are confidential. If you have any questions, please email Stacey Whiteley, Lawyer Assistance Program Director,

The L2L Roundtable is supported by the Attorney Wellbeing Committee and by the Lawyer Assistance Program. 

City of Buffalo Water Restoring Service

If you are a City of Buffalo Water Customer who has had your water shut off due to nonpayment, you can get it turned back on without a payment at this time.

  • Please call Buffalo Water customer service number at  (716) 847-1065
  • Press 1 for an emergency related to water services
  • Then press 1 to be connected to the Dispatch Department
  • Then give name, address, and account #





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