Current Students

Our faculty and staff are here to support J.D. and LL.M. students through their academic studies and professional development.

Counseling Services

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Need assistance?

Not sure who to ask?

Contact us at law-studentaffairs@buffalo.edu.

Emergencies

Campus: 716-645-2222

Off-Campus:  Dial 911

Crisis Services: 716-834-3131

Student Affairs

The Office of Student Affairs provides a broad canopy of advising, support, engagement, and resources for law students and the law school community.

If you are unable to find the information you seek on this page, please visit the Office of Student Affairs website.

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The Bulls Lodge is an online gathering place where we can get together for casual conversation and an opportunity to get to know one another.

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UB Services

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1Capen - Provides information on services for all UB students. Such services include Student Accounts, Financial Aid, UB Cards, Health Insurance, and Immigration Services.

Other Campus Services

Student Life

Here J.D. and LL.M. students will find information, guides and forms created to help them get involved and organize activities outside the classroom.

Records, Registration, & Financial Aid

For J.D. and LL.M. students, the School of Law's Records, Registration, & Financial Aid Office manages all aspects of course registration and scheduling, final examinations, degree conferrals, bar certifications, academic transcripts, posting of grades, degree audits, financial aid, and other important processes requiring certification of student status.

Career Services & Professional Development

The Career Services Office (CSO) can help J.D. and LL.M. students develop the skills necessary to pursue a successful and satisfying professional career. The CSO is a source for information and assistance in planning and pursuing summer, academic-year and post-graduation opportunities.

Professional Development

Vice Dean for Career Services Lisa Patterson with guest speaker Wes Rist, the director of education and research at the American Society of International Law.

Vice Dean for Career Services Lisa Patterson with guest speaker Wes Rist, the director of education and research at the American Society of International Law.