Putting the worst of pandemic isolation behind us, UB Law students made the very most of this spring’s year-end gatherings and celebrations. Some of the law school’s best-loved traditions were back—live and in person!—and our students were ready to celebrate. Here’s a round-up of the highlights, with photos, of this welcome return to form.
The law school’s student group focused on supporting LGBTQ+ students and their allies held its annual dinner at Shea’s Seneca in downtown Buffalo. The group spotlighted the work of GLYS WNY, which supports LGBTQ+ young people and their families.
The Buffalo Public Interest Law Program had a great time reopening the live auction floor at its annual fundraiser. The event, which supports students’ summer work in the public interest, filled the house at the Fairdale Banquet Center in Amherst.
Leaders of the Black Law Students Association, the Latin American Law Students Association, and the Native American Law Students Association, joined forces to host their 31st annual dinner, held at the Buffalo Niagara Marriott in Amherst. This year’s dinner was highlighted by presentation of a new recognition, the Ally Award.
But wait! There’s more to come …
Buffalo Law Review Dinner, April 29
UB Law’s student-edited law journal gathers for its 31st annual dinner, celebrating the publication and the scholarship that makes it unique, at downtown Buffalo’s Saturn Club.
Three practitioners will be honored for their service to the law school, the journal and the legal community:
Photos of the event to come!