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Tag Archives: University at Buffalo School of Law

Government hacking documents sought under FOIA

A group of non-profit organizations are suing the Federal Bureau of Investigation and several other federal agencies to get detailed information about law enforcement computer hacking techniques that they claim invade the privacy of law-abiding citizens. The complaint was initially ...

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Scholar to discuss free speech in an era of economic and technological change

Jack M. Balkin, Knight Professor of Constitutional Law and the First Amendment at Yale Law School, will be the featured speaker at a forum on technology and free speech at the University at Buffalo School of Law. The event, The ...

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Pro se program expanding to Rochester

Volunteer attorneys are needed to help with a new program to provide legal advice to pro se litigants in U.S. District Court in Rochester. The program is expected to start in mid-February, with a CLE session to prepare volunteers tentatively ...

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Discover Law program seeking applicants

The University at Buffalo School of Law is now accepting applications for a program for minority undergraduates considering a legal career. The Discover Law program, in its fifth year, brings 20 students to campus each summer for an intensive four-week ...

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