The Baldy Center uses multiple means to advance interdisciplinary research on law, legal institutions, and social policy. These include small research grants to Buffalo faculty members, assistance with development of external research proposals, on-file examples of successful research proposals, targeted research workshops and academic conferences, the Baldy Fellows program, and a globally accessible working paper series.

The Baldy Center proudly supports conferences, workhops and research projects that advance our understanding of law, legal institutions, and social policy. This page provides a listing of our grants since 2006.
The Buffalo Legal Studies Research Paper Series publishes research in progress addressing important issues of law and social policy, and provides an international, interdisciplinary audience for the faculty and visiting scholars. This series goes back to 2004.
If you do not have a Baldy Center Account, before you continue, please create a password to access our External Proposal Library. Once you create a password, you can save your work and review your submission.
The Baldy Center is just one node in an international network of organizations that advance interdisciplinary research on law, legal institutions and social policy. This page contains a list of links (subject to change) to the websites of other members of the global network.
This page contains a list of selected publications by our faculty authors. The representative listing is updated occasionally as forthcoming books are published.
Blogs provide important insights and opportunites for discussion regarding socio-legal research. Those listed below may be helpful to the extended Baldy community. 
We have created a seminar that links our students, fellows, and faculty in ongoing conversations with workshop presenters and distinguished speakers.