Less Debt = More Opportunities

Advocate for the elderly. Pursue a political career. Say “yes” to your dream job. At UB, the majority of our students carry less debt than their peers – giving you the freedom to do what you love.

We are especially pleased to announce our newly reduced out-of-state tuition.  Tuition for non-New York State residents is now just $29,500.00* making a UB School of Law education an outstanding value for all of our students whether your hometown is Buffalo or Brazil.

Our competitive tuition and scholarship opportunities mean that you’ll graduate with lower education debt and less financial pressure to choose your career based on salary alone. Consistent with our commitment to public service, you’ll enjoy greater flexibility to follow your passion for the law wherever it may take you.

Tuition for 2018-19*

  • In-State: $25,410
  • Non-NY Residents: $29,500

* Does not include fees and additional expenses.

Refer to UB’s Student Accounts Department for the most current information regarding New York State residency. 


Office of Admissions
University at Buffalo School of Law
309 O'Brian Hall, Buffalo, NY 14260

Jessi Woodward

"I chose UB School of Law because of the high value of education you receive for a reasonable cost compared to other law schools." - Jessi Woodward ’19

Jessi is a second-year law student and a UB Law Student Ambassador. She is active in the Buffalo Public Interest Law Program, the Buffalo Sports and Entertainment Society, and she plans to pursue a career in criminal law.

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Jacob C. Umoke ’18

"I chose UB School of Law because it offers an Advanced-Standing Two-Year Juris Doctor for Internationally-Trained Lawyers like me, and also, because of its reputed great value education and affordable tuition."   - Jacob C. Umoke ’18

Jacob is in his second year of the 2-Year J.D. Program for Internationally-Trained Attorneys. Originally from Nigeria, he is a student member of the UB Law Alumni Association and a member of the Black Law Students Association. He is interested in litigation, energy and environmental law, and human rights.