News & Events

Stories and news about the School of Law's activities and accomplishments.

The University at Buffalo School of Law is accepting the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) as a valid predictor of academic success in law school.
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.
Melinda R. Saran ’86 and Bernadette Gargano was honored for their work in support of the Volunteer Lawyers Project, the Erie County Bar Association’s extensive program to provide free legal advice for low-income clients and small not-for-profit groups.
The School of Law has taken its first steps toward entering the world of undergraduate education, with the introduction of a minor in law for UB students.
Dean Aviva Abramovsky and the University at Buffalo School of Law announce the addition of eight new members to the Dean’s Advisory Council (DAC).
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.
The challenge of tempering power in a world of “variegated capitalisms” is the topic of the Fall 2018 Mitchell Lecture beginning at 2 p.m. on Friday, November 9 in the Charles B. Sears Law Library in O’Brian Hall on UB’s North Campus. Mitchell Lecture presentations are free and open to the public.
A School of Law trial team showed their stellar advocacy skills taking first place at the Queens District Attorney’s Annual Mock Trial Competition.
As the Baldy Center for Law & Social Policy marks its 40th anniversary, a look back reveals just how wide its influence has been, and how it continues to foster the best each scholar has to offer.
Assistant Clinical Professor Jonathan Manes spearheads an ambitious new project that will look at the ethical and social implications of the use of artificial intelligence, or AI.
UB's largest campaign in history will elevate our students, attract world-class faculty and support life-changing research with the potential to transform our region and the globe.