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Books you can borrow from the cso

All of these books are available in 608 O'Brian Hall to be checked out for two weeks at a time. If the title of the book is a link, click to see if it is also available to buy or access online.


Podcasts from the CSO

To listen to the podcasts, click the title and you will be directed to the CSO page that hosts the media. Just click play from there. Please report any dead links to

Where Do Jobs Come From?


What Can You Do With a Law Degree?


What can I do with my law degree?: A Multidimensional Career Panel


"How to Build a Practice"

Websites about this topic

Here is a collection of websites for related professional associations, resource pages, blogs etc.  Please report dead links to

  • Career Advancement & Networking Opportunities
    The ABA offers specialized resources and networking opportunities to advance your career, your practice, and your business. Utilize the innovative services exclusively for ABA members, law students, and associates and make the connections important to your career.
  • Law student business cards
    Available for students. Options to include permanent and current address, phone numbers and email; flexibility to include other information such as journal membership, moot court, and student activities. Delivery options include UPS for a fee or free local delivery to the Law School CSO. User ID: ublaw; Password: ublaw.
  • Lawyer Avenue
    Publishers of Solo by Choice and What Can You do with a Law Degree, now has an expanding database of professional AND personal resources for a life in the law. New to their blog section, "Avenue Blog," is a list of 10 online career assessment sites.
  • SUNY Buffalo Law School Career Services Lecture Series
    When permitted, CSO career panels, lectures and information sessions will be made available in audio form for students to listen to. The available audio can be found on this page.

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Books You can borrow from SUNY Buffalo Libraries

Most of theses books can be found in the Charles B. Sears Law Library in O'Brian Hall.  Most of the books (labled with a "KF" call number) are located on the 4th floor and can be checked out for 4 weeks at a time.

Charles B. Sears Law Library • O'Brian Hall • North Campus • Buffalo, NY 14260 • ph:716-645-2047

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