Congratulations on your admission to the University at Buffalo School of Law! The opportunity to pursue a path towards becoming a member of a selective and distinguished profession is a testament to your hard work and academic achievements.
We understand choosing a law school that is right for you is an important next step, and want you to feel right at home as you begin weighing your options. Our accepted students webpage has everything you need to get to know Buffalo.
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Visit our Post-Admissions Timeline to learn about what steps you need to take after you’ve been admitted.
Mandatory Orientation will take place Monday, Aug. 23 – Friday, Aug. 27, 2021.
Course and examination accommodations are available for qualified law students with disabilities through Vice Dean for Student Affairs, Bernadette Gargano. Dean Gargano can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Law students with disabilities taking courses that have examinations prior to the regular examination period in December and who require accommodations should contact Dean Saran as soon as possible. If you have not previously identified yourself as a law student with a disability, please include your address, phone number, class year and a description of your disability. Documentation of your disability, including pertinent evaluation data from an appropriate professional (medical doctor or psychologist), is necessary to receive accommodations, including examination accommodations.
Students requiring accommodations outside the School of Law should visit Accessibility Resources or contact the Accessibility Resources Office directly at 716-645-2608.