Faculty Stories

Professor Errol Meidinger, a mainstay of the UB School of Law faculty since 1982, has been named a SUNY Distinguished Professor – the State University of New York’s highest faculty rank.
Law professor Christine Bartholomew has found there's a double standard among clerics in their application of "clergy privilege," the legal rule shielding confidential communication.
Professor Rebecca French was invited to speak at Bhutan's first law school, established just last year.
SUNY Distinguished Professor James A. Gardner is spending part of his sabbatical year in Spain, where he is teaching and conducting research.
Stephen Paskey, legal analysis, writing and research lecturer, takes a critical look at how federal immigration judges decide whether to grant refugees’ asylum requests in his article, “Telling Refugee Stories: Trauma, Credibility, and the Adversarial Adjudication of Claims for Asylum.”