Season #1, Episode #8: A Commitment to Access to Justice – A Discussion with Dean Aviva Abramovsky

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The week, we are honored to host Dean Aviva Abramovsky to our newly rebranded podcast, “AccessiBULL Justice.” On this episode, Dean Abramovsky and Vice Dean Kim Diana Connolly discuss the School of Law’s commitment to access to justice through the experiential & clinical programs, pro bono initiatives, and the School of Law’s call to respond to important legal issues with #UBLawResponds.


Dean Aviva Abrakmosky – Aviva Abramovsky is the University at Buffalo School of Law’s 19th permanent dean and the first woman to hold the position.  She is an expert in insurance law, commercial law, regulation of financial entities and legal ethics, and she has written numerous articles and legal treatises, including authoring McKinney’s Uniform Commercial Code forms for New York.


Vice Dean Kim Diana Connolly – Professor; Director of Clinical Legal Education; Vice Dean for Advocacy and Experiential Education. Professor Connolly has focused her academic career on how best to educate future lawyers, as well as how best to use laws and policies to protect the planet and its inhabitants. 

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