Thomas E. Black Jr. speaks to his classmates. “Give back to the school that made it possible for you to achieve your accomplished status. Lay the foundation that will give others the same opportunities.”
Law School practicum is putting students’ legal skills to use on behalf of an underserved group of clients: federal offenders who are completing their sentences and finding their way in life after prison.
“A robust exchange of ideas” is the guiding principle behind an ambitious series of initiatives planned by the Buffalo Criminal Law Center, SUNY Buffalo Law School’s platform for in-depth study of U.S., international and comparative criminal law.
It’s said that the best way to learn is to teach, and that principle was on display in the Letro Courtroom as international students in the Law School's master of laws program presented a primer on comparative legal systems.
In a city as diverse as Buffalo, you can always find something fun to do, whether it's taking a leisurely walk in one of our glorious Olmsted-designed parks or taking in a thought-provoking work of art at dozens of art galleries.