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LSAC Prelaw Undergraduate Scholars Program

at SUNY Buffalo Law School
May 31 - June 28, 2014

Participants of the 2013 Scholars Program: Bryan Acevedo, Shane Mason, Taylor Gillespie, and Edward Fultz.

SUNY Buffalo Law School, in collaboration with the Minority Bar Association of Western New York, will host a Prelaw Undergraduate Scholars Program.

Recognizing the shortage of minorities entering the field of law, this program is designed to:

  • Provide an immersive experience for undergraduates interesting in pursuing a career in law
  • Expose students to critical thinking and help them develop reading and analytical skills
  • Provide an in-depth and thorough experience in a four-week summer residency program.

This program is at no cost to participants. All program costs are covered, including room and board. Participants also receive a $900 stipend.

This program is intended for undergraduates who have completed their freshman or sophomore year, but who will not commence their junior year before the end of the program, and are:

  • Underrepresented minority students, or
  • First generation college students

Program Partners

The UB 2014 Scholars Program is a Prelaw Undergraduate Scholars Program funded by a grant from the Law School Admission Council.