News Archives

As the Baldy Center for Law & Social Policy marks its 40th anniversary, a look back reveals just how wide its influence has been, and how it continues to foster the best each scholar has to offer.
Assistant Clinical Professor Jonathan Manes spearheads an ambitious new project that will look at the ethical and social implications of the use of artificial intelligence, or AI.
An innovation that has become a tradition – the School of Law’s Discover Law program for promising undergraduates of color – has completed its sixth season.
School of Law to provide pro bono expertise, outreach to the community, extensive administrative support, and training for attorney volunteers.
The University at Buffalo School of Law welcomed Terrence M. Connors ’71, of Connors LLP, to its 129th Commencement exercises on May 20. The ceremony was held in the Center for the Arts and featured Connors as the keynote speaker.
Our spring 2018 Mitchell Lecture, The First Amendment in the Second Gilded Age featured Jack M. Balkin, Knight Professor of Constitutional Law and the First Amendment at Yale Law School.
A new School of Law blog offers provocative takes on of-the-moment topics in sports and entertainment law – and builds community in the process.
The School of Law has launched the Puerto Rico Recovery Assistance Legal Clinic in response to Hurricane Maria’s devastation that has left thousands of Puerto Ricans in critical need of legal assistance.
A major gift by School of Law alumnus, Anthony J. Colucci, Jr. ’58 and his wife Carmela, will memorialize the couple’s commitment to the advancement of legal scholarship.
UB's largest campaign in history will elevate our students, attract world-class faculty and support life-changing research with the potential to transform our region and the globe.
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito Jr. proved to be personable, even witty, in front of an invitation-only crowd, affording attendees a rare personal glimpse into the mind of one of the nation’s most powerful jurists.
Highly motivated Medaille College students who want to build on their undergraduate education with top-notch legal training will be able to earn both bachelor’s and law degrees in just six years, under a new agreement between Medaille and University at Buffalo School of Law.
The Advocacy Institute – the School of Law’s newest signature initiative to train students to become the best advocates in the profession – has taken a major step forward with the naming of a high-profile National Advisory Board.
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?”
David Manch ’70 has made a major gift to establish the Professor Kenneth F. Joyce Excellence in Teaching Fund.