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The Buffalo Law Experience

From legal competitions to our 125 anniversary celebration, SUNY Buffalo Law School has much to offer students, faculty and the community. Below are some recent highlights.

They stayed in town or traveled far. They helped represent defendants and public prosecutors. They advocated for children, for refugees, for the poor. For the Law School’s newest crop of public-interest fellows, this summer meant making a difference for those who need it most.
The Buffalo Law Review is a dispassionate place for legal scholarship, but at the journal’s year-end dinner, there was high emotion.
Looking back in celebration and forward in anticipation, SUNY Buffalo Law School’s students of color gathered at their annual dinner to renew their commitment to “lift as we climb.”

Twenty-two teams from law schools across the country came to Buffalo on March 28 to compete in the 17th Annual Herbert Wechsler National Criminal Law Moot Court Competition organized by SUNY Buffalo Law School.


Teams from SUNY Buffalo Law repeatedly distinguished themselves once again, and in at least three different cases, reaching all the way to the semi-final round.