Our students, faculty, and alumni make SUNY Buffalo Law School
an exceptional institution. Read more to learn about their work,
their aspirations, and why they chose to be a part of SUNY Buffalo
A passion for environmental law that took root in SUNY Buffalo Law School's clinical program has grown into a multifaceted career in activism for one recent graduate. Now her work is being recognized with a prestigious American Bar Association award.
As Congress considers legislation that would require greater transparency across the bankruptcy trusts established to compensate current and future asbestos personal injury victims, Associate Professor Brown's testimony expertise was crucial to the discussion.
“I was trying to understand and relay the complexity of this system, to show that no matter how you felt about zoos, you had to admit that they’ve developed a highly complex administrative system based on incredible cooperation.”
Following a year-long deployment as an Army executive officer and scout platoon leader in the Nuristan province of Afghanistan, Christopher Safulko ‘13 is familiar with pressure as he supports his teammates at a team competition in San Francisco.
"The Law School means everything to the community because most of the top lawyers around here went to SUNY Buffalo Law. We have other lawyers who went to some of the high-priced schools, and the Buffalo lawyers are just as good or even better."
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.
From quaint pubs and cozy corner coffeehouses to stylish dance clubs and eclectic live-music joints, you’re sure to find a scene in one of several distinct districts that suits your style and your budget.
Hiking, skiing, water sports and more: The area’s outdoor scene offers an array of opportunities to be active year-round. We’ve got top-rated golf courses, not to mention Lake Erie and the Niagara River.