BUFFALO, N.Y. – Court proceedings, exposure to the legal
world and historic sights await students participating in
University at Buffalo’s Undergraduate Academies second annual
Extension Learning program.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – The acquittal of George Zimmerman for
shooting Trayvon Martin is an example of a country stuck in
“the album scratch of a failing criminal justice system that
both hunts and refuses to protect people of color” and
another example of a judicial system that “discriminates
against some and privileges others,” says a University at
Buffalo Law School professor who has written extensively on law and
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s newly appointed
investigative body charged with examining the state Board of
Elections and looking at potential wrongdoing by legislators in
campaign fundraising will include as a member University at Buffalo
Law School Dean Makau W. Mutua.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – A pioneering academic and gay activist at
the University at Buffalo has praised today’s U.S. Supreme
Court decision on same-sex marriage as “the biggest advance
in queer rights since the Lawrence v. Texas decision in 2003, which
overturned anti-sodomy laws.”
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Suspected Nazi military commander Michael
Karkoc should face charges for alleged war crimes whether or not he
ordered his men to kill civilians or personally was involved in the
killings, University at Buffalo Law School expert Stephen Paskey
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Local activists, academics, community
organizers and federal experts will exchange ideas toward making
Western New York’s homes and communities healthier at a
daylong environmental justice forum on April 26.
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