Welcome to our blog, #UBLawResponds. This blog gives clinic students a forum to relay their experiences while participating in School of Law’s #UBLawResponds Clinics.

You can select entries from each our clinics below.

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AccessiBULL Justice Podcast
For more than 40 years, University at Buffalo student attorneys and faculty in the clinics have provided access to justice through the legal system for people and organizations who need our help. This podcast has been developed to share relevant aspects of our work, as well as work of our community partners, with a wider audience.

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Summer Fellowships
Every summer, the School of Law has a large number law students doing exciting public interest work through our fellowship program. None of this would be possible without the support from the Buffalo Public Interest Law Program (BPILP) and other generous donations funding several donor-driven fellowships.

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Civil Rights & Transparency Clinic
This Clinic focused on civil rights and civil liberties, spanning constitutional liberties like free speech, privacy, due process, and statutory civil rights against discrimination.

COVID Response Legal Clinic
COVID Response Legal Clinic
COVID Response Legal Clinic was created to respond to new and legally urgent needs arising from the disruptions due to COVID-19. #UBLawResponds student attorneys in this Clinic help provide legal assistance in multiple legal areas to lessen the burden on existing legal services providers. This blog was created to provide important topical areas that our student attorneys are studying and actively addressing within the Clinic.

Puerto Rico Recovery Assistance Legal Clinic
Puerto Rico Recovery Assistance Legal Clinic
This Clinic provides practical legal research and thoughtful pro bono service, through an ongoing collaborative effort to empower a resilient Puerto Rico.

U.S.-Mexico Border Clinic
U.S.-Mexico Border Clinic
This Clinic is an experiential course in which students will complete two weeks of intensive study in refugee and asylum law and practice followed by one week in the South Texas Family Detention Center in Dilley, Texas representing asylum seekers.