- The Learning Environment
The Learning Environment
Legal Studies is one of six concentration areas in the undergraduate Social Sciences Interdisciplinary major. The major examines the development of law and the legal process. For more information on this undergraduate major please see the Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Degree Programs – Legal Studies Concentration.
The University at Buffalo Law School is not affiliated with the Legal Studies concentration of the Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Programs. However, the Law School does offer undergraduate courses on the American legal system which students from across the disciplines find interesting (course code JLS). Some of these courses are used in the Legal Studies curriculum.
About Our Facilities
Law classes are taught in specific classrooms designated for the department.
About Our Faculty
We maintain a low faculty to students ratio. Many of our faculty members are nationally prominent and hold advanced degrees in the social sciences and other disciplines, in addition to their law degrees. Their scholarship is published widely, and they bring a wealth of practice and policy experience to the Law School.
Faculty List Directory
Please visit the Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Degree website for additional information about our faculty.