Lew Rose ’81 credits his experience at UB School of Law as the foundation for his long and successful career. Now retired, he and his wife, Jacqui, are saying thanks with a transformative gift for the law school’s clinical programs.
Backed by a groundswell of community support, a proposal by law students Laura Conboy ’22 and Tracey Malcolm ’22 has been voted onto the competitive Community Agenda for 2022 organized by the Partnership for the Public Good.
Through an Intensive Research and Writing in Sports Law course, Marissa Egloff ’22 connected with high-level executives in the sports world, scoring interviews with National Football League executives at the league’s New York City headquarters, as well as with key Carolina Panthers execs.
Erie County taxpayers—who may be asked to pay as much as $1 billion to build a new football stadium for the Buffalo Bills—now have access to critical information around the proposals, thanks to a successful lawsuit brought by UB School of Law’s Civil Rights and Transparency Clinic.