March 2022

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Inside this Issue

  • Powerful UB Law connections in the Ninth Circuit
    A serendipitous meeting has led to a long and fruitful relationship between Susan Soong ’94 and Molly Dwyer ’88, both of whom have worked in the Ninth Circuit for their entire professional lives. Dwyer has been an informal mentor and enthusiastic supporter, and the Buffalo connection—both are Western New York natives—has been a constant to treasure.
  • In the wake of COVID-19, law student starts company focused on healing
    When Simone Grande '22 was conceiving and structuring her online apparel company, Sleevs, Grande turned for guidance to two fellow 3Ls in the Entrepreneurship Law Center Clinic.
  • Expert practitioners teach courses on the intricacies of environmental law
    UB Law students concerned about the environment—or hoping to make environmental law part of their professional life—are finding the spring semester rich with academic possibility: three one-credit courses, taught by adjunct faculty members with deep experience in the field.
  • War strikes home for Ukrainian-born hockey agent
    National Hockey League super agent Daniel Milstein is accustomed to managing the details of his players’ lives—their contracts, their travel, their endorsements, sometimes even the logistics of their marriages. But the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the subsequent blowback on the Russian-born players he represents, is altogether different.