The newest issue of the Buffalo Law Review attempts the impossible: capturing the scope of the late Professor Isabel Marcus’ intrepid life and pioneering work as a feminist legal scholar and advocate of women’s rights worldwide.
Hon. Rose H. Sconiers ’73, a retired justice of the New York State Supreme Court’s Appellate Division, will bring the perspective of a lifetime of legal service to the stage when she delivers the keynote address at UB School of Law’s 134th Commencement ceremony.
The School of Law’s Civil Rights and Transparency Clinic has launched a new initiative that advises transgender clients through the name change process. This new project is in partnership with BestSelf Behavioral Health and Neighborhood Legal Services.
Many law students struggle as they adjust to the daily rigors of law school. Those with disabilities or neurodivergencies know this struggle all too well. Supporting those scholars is the focus of a new student group at the law school, called Law Students with Disabilities and Neurodivergencies.
In his new book, Puerto Rico’s Constitutional Paradox (Bloomsbury), Prof. Farinacci-Fernós takes a deep dive into the into the history and substance of Puerto Rico’s constitution, which combines elements of colonialism, democratic tensions, and progressive policies.