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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. DISCLAIMER: The information in this podcast episode “episode” is provided for general informational purposes only and may not reflect the current law in your juris ...
 
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This podcast explores how, with this designation, the Niagara River Corridor became the 40th Ramsar site in the United States and joins more than 2,300 wetlands worldwide recognized for their rare and unique habitat, wildlife, and biological diversity. Ramsar sites are recognized as being of significant value not only for the country or the countri…
 
This week, our episode is hosted by two current University at Buffalo School of Law Student Attorneys from the Entrepreneurship Law (e-Law) Center Clinic, Alex Kaczmarek '21 and Josh Roetzer '22. Alex and Josh provide educational information as to how entrepreneurs and start-ups (mainly in New York) decide which is the best entity to create when st…
 
This week, we are thrilled to host former Dean of the University at Buffalo School of Law Nils Olsen. On this episode, Dean/ Professor Olsen and Vice Dean Kim Diana Connolly discuss the School of Law's long history which has a demonstrated commitment to access to justice through the experiential & clinical programs dating back decades. Our history …
 
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 imp…
 
*Warning* This Podcast may contain subject matters that may be triggering or difficult to hear. Please note that this episode was recorded in November 2020. This podcast explores how minority survivors of Intimate Partner Violence (“IPV”) and Domestic Violence (“DV”) have been and continue to be impacted by pandemic, and how their safety has been i…
 
*Warning* This Podcast may contain subject matters that may be triggering or difficult to hear. Please note that this episode was recorded in November 2020. This podcast explores how survivors of Intimate Partner Violence (“IPV”) and Domestic Violence (“DV”), and their children, notably, have been and continue to be impacted by pandemic, and how th…
 
*Warning* This Podcast may contain subject matters that may be triggering or difficult to hear. Please note that this episode was recorded in November 2020. This podcast explores how LGBTQ+ community members, who are also survivors of Intimate Partner Violence (“IPV”) and Domestic Violence (“DV”), have been impacted by the pandemic, and how their s…
 
*Warning* This Podcast may contain subject matters that may be triggering or difficult to hear. Please note that this episode was recorded in November 2020. This podcast explores how survivors of Intimate Partner Violence (“IPV”) and Domestic Violence (“DV”) are being impacted by pandemic, and how their safety has been increasingly compromised as a…
 
On this episode of BullShare, Professor Kim Diana Connolly interviews former COVID Response Legal Clinic Student Attorneys, Elisabeth "Beth" H. and Caroline C. This podcast explores the basics of estate planning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Listeners will enjoy hearing and learning about the basic documents that everyone should have in place, espe…
 
On this episode of BullShare, Associate Clinical Professor, Judith G. Olin, Esq. interviews Tara A., a Domestic Violence Advocate from the Family Justice Center of Erie County in Buffalo, NY, as well as our Summer 2020 Family Violence & Women's Rights Clinic Fellow, Victoria. This podcast explores who the Family Justice Center is, how they assist v…
 
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 episode gives you a glimpse of the past, present and future of UB Law Clinics and is being developed to share relevant aspects of our work, as well a…
 
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