We interviewed Professor Alexandra Harrington, Director of the Criminal Justice Advocacy Clinic, about how they help students work with local groups to improve and advocate for criminal justice reform.
One of the greatest things about law school is that everyone has their own reasons for being here. Sure, some of our reasons are the same – maybe you are inspired by Ruth Bader Ginsburg or Elle Woods, maybe you want to be the change, or you see the endless possibilities that the legal field can give to you. Deciding to apply to law school is the easy part…
It’s a common question among law school applicants: should I take the LSAT or GRE? This blog post covers some of the common distinctions of both and discusses how the best choice for you might depend on your own particular situation.
The 2020 recruitment season has begun and chances are some (or most) of the law fairs on your schedule will be virtual. But just because COVID-19 has thrown a wrench into typical fall season plans, it doesn’t mean you can’t still take advantage of all that virtual law fairs can offer. Here are some of the University at Buffalo School of Law’s top things to remember when you virtually meet for law fairs this season.
In light of the COVID-19 public health emergency, the Law School Admission Council is offering an online, remotely proctored version of the LSAT — called the LSAT-Flex. In this blog you'll find out what to expect with the LSAT-Flex and how it differs from the original LSAT exam.
Following the University at Buffalo School of Law’s recent webinar discussion, this blog post answers some of the more common questions around defunding the police and how attempts to do so are gaining traction in the US and around the world.
My first law school class, Legal Analysis Writing and Research (LAWR) with Professor Reilly, did not start with a breakdown of how to write like a lawyer, or a rundown of all the assignments due, or anything educational for that matter. Instead the first lesson was about resiliency – and for every class after that, the first ten minutes were dedicated to the same topic.
Finding out that you have been placed on the waitlist of a law school you've applied to may feel disheartening, but there is hope! Khalil Williams '21 answers some questions and offers some advice about being on the waitlist.