Hometown: Mount Pleasant, TX
Undergraduate Institution and Major(s)/Minor(s): Baylor University, Major: Biology; George Washington University, Degree: Master of Public Health
Legal Interests: Health Law, Health Policy and Administrative Law
Law School activities: Buffalo Human Rights Law Review - Executive Editor, Buffalo Health Law Society - Legal Co-Director, Jessup International Moot Court Board - Parliamentarian, Alternative Dispute Resolution Board - Treasurer, International Law Society - Parliamentarian, Student Wide Judiciary - Assistant Chief, and LAWR Writing Fellow.
One piece of advice for accepted students: While life experiences, backgrounds, and interests may vary across your peers, the common-thread is that everyone must overcome personal challenges in order to succeed. Comparison is truly the thief of joy; instead, I encourage you to pursue your own interests and search for common ground.
The Buffalo legal community is close-knit, and the alumni network sets up current students for a multitude of opportunities.
Why did you choose UB School of Law?: The Buffalo legal community is close-knit, and the alumni network sets up current students for a multitude of opportunities. UB Law provides many avenues to experiment with your legal interests and improve as a future practitioner of the law.
One fun fact about yourself: I am SLOWLY working through my Buffalo Bucket List as a way to really enjoy my (possibly) final year in the area!
Have questions about being a law student? Contact Christian (Cjsoto3@buffalo.edu).