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State University of New York—University at Buffalo School of Law

Buffalo, NY
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309 O'Brian Hall

Buffalo, NY 14260

United States

Phone: 716-645-2907

Fax: 716-645-6676


SUNY Buffalo Students Say...

SUNY Buffalo Law School is a practical and affordable option for future New York State lawyers. The school’s three-year JD begins with a series of required classes in contracts, torts, and other basic areas. In the next two years, law students have the “ability to create a unique curriculum”... More More
Degrees / Programs
Academic Experience Rating: 82
Specializations: Criminal , Environmental , International , Labor , Intellectual Property
Degrees Offered: LL.M. in Criminal Law -- 1 year LL.M. General -- 1 year Advanced-Standing JD for Internationally-Trained Lawyers -- 2 years
Joint / Combined Degrees Offered: JD/MSW, 4 years; JD/MBA, 4 years; JD/MPH, 4 years; JD/MLS, 4 years; JD/MA Applied Economics, 3.5 years; JD/Ph.D., 6+ years; JD/MUP, 4 years; JD/Pharm.D., 6 years
Participation in Clinical Program: No
Moot Court Requirement: No
Public Interest Law Requirement: No
Legal Research Course Required: Yes
Part-Time Program: No
Evening Program: No
Academic Journals: Buffalo Law Review, Buffalo Environmental Law Journal, Buffalo Human Rights Law Review, Buffalo Intellectual Property Journal, Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal, Buffalo Journal of Gender, Law & Social Policy.
Grading System: A, A-, B+, B, B-, C, D, F
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Faculty Total: 103
Part-time Faculty: 41%
Female Faculty: 44%
Minority Faculty: 8.74%
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Academic Services Offered
Minority Support Groups: Yes
Women Support Groups: No
International Student Support Groups: Yes
Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Support Groups: Yes
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