News & Events

Stories and news about the School of Law's activities and accomplishments.

U.S. Supreme Court justices considering a major freedom of information case this spring will have before them a friend-of-the-court brief created by a School of Law clinic.
Protections for at-risk children in New York would be strengthened, and guidelines for clergy members made clearer, under newly proposed legislation that grew in part from research by Associate Professor Christine Bartholomew.
The University at Buffalo School of Law is accepting the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) as a valid predictor of academic success in law school.
Professor Errol Meidinger, a mainstay of the UB School of Law faculty since 1982, has been named a SUNY Distinguished Professor – the State University of New York’s highest faculty rank.
Melinda R. Saran ’86 and Bernadette Gargano was honored for their work in support of the Volunteer Lawyers Project, the Erie County Bar Association’s extensive program to provide free legal advice for low-income clients and small not-for-profit groups.