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The work of five female lawyers will be the focus of the event “Western New York Women Pioneers in the Law: A Celebration” being held Thursday, Nov. 5, at the University at Buffalo School of Law.
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is becoming a larger part of skills training through the school’s Advocacy Institute.
David Manch ’70 has made a major gift to establish the Professor Kenneth F. Joyce Excellence in Teaching Fund.
A panel of law professors became the Party of No on April 13, as they responded to students’ questions in a forum titled “2016 Presidential Campaign Promises: Can They Be Achieved?”
Alumnus takes his startup to the next level. Law students spend
their summer working abroad. Law faculty are chosen for prestigious
July 19, 2016
The Washington Post - An article about the legal fight between British
luxury carmaker Jaguar Land Rover and Chinese carmaker Jiangling
over “shanzhai,” a Chinese term for prideful
counterfeiting, of the design of Range Rover’s Evoque and
Jiangling’s Landwind X7 quotes Professor Mark
Bartholomew. “It boils down to economics,” he
said. “The Chinese economy doesn’t have this same
tradition of the manufacturers like Ford or Hyundai or any of the
folks who are making these cars. So if you don’t have these
copyright laws, why pay if you can get away with it?”
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