Every law school has its distinctive qualities, its individual cultures and a unique atmosphere. Visiting a law school can help you determine whether it’s the best place for you to live and study.
Prospective Students and Visitors can reach the School of Law by car, public transportation, and air.
The University at Buffalo School of Law acknowledges the land on which the school operates, the territory of the Seneca Nation, a member of the Haudenosaunee/Six Nations Confederacy. This region remains home to the Haudenosaunee (Hodinöhsö:ni’) people, and we are grateful for the opportunity to live, work, and share ideas in this territory.
For those travelling to the School of Law by car, a variety of parking options are available. Before navigating to the Universities North Campus, review a map of the campus and the parking options available below under the ‘Maps & Parking.’
For those being dropped off you may utilize the address O'Brian Hall, 211 Mary Talbert Way, Buffalo, NY 14260 for your GPS or similar service.
For those travelling to the School of Law by plane your first stop will be the Buffalo Niagara International Airport. Taxi and Rideshare fares typically range from $15 to $25, depending on traffic.
You may utilize the address O'Brian Hall, 211 Mary Talbert Way, Buffalo, NY 14260 for your taxi or rideshare service.
For those travelling to the School of Law by car, a variety of parking options are available. Before navigating to the Universities North Campus, choose a parking option:
Parking is available free of charge in the Center for Tomorrow Visitor Lot. Visitors can take the UB Green Line Shuttle to the Flint/Loop Academic Spine, and walk directly to O’Brian Hall, #11 on the printable map. The on-demand shuttle utilizes the TransLoc app that can be downloaded to a cellphone through your app store or found online .
When utilizing the app select “Center for Tomorrow Lot” as your Pickup Address and “Founders Plaza/O’Brian Hall” as your Dropoff Address. You may indicate the number of riders and whether you need an accessible shuttle.
Metered Parking is available closer to O’Brian Hall in “Park Lot”, near building #13 on the map. This lot requires visitors to install the ParkMobile App. There is no guarantee that spots will be available, so please give yourself plenty of time to find parking.