For full-time non-resident students, the cost will be $35,988 for the 2009-2010 school year, i.e. $17,994 * 2.
Estimated Total Cost of Attendance: Look at the far-right column. There you will see that the school estimates the total COA for the 2009-2010 – for Maryland residents – will be $44,922! It gets uglier: for out-of-state students, the total COA, for the 2009-2010 school year, is estimated to be $56,918!
Career Outcomes: This is a pathetic Career Services page.
Under Diversity Recruitment, you will see that this school touts itself as being a melting pot:
African American, Asian, Latino, Native American and international students make up 15% of the law school enrollment. Sixteen percent of UB's faculty are from diverse ethnic groups and a little over half of our students are women. The School of Law, along with the Office of Disability Services, supports the needs of students with disabilities.
A diverse law school community enriches the academic program and better prepares students to practice law in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic society.
If you do not fit into any of the above three categories, you are in a position where you MUST make law review, make connections while in law school, and graduate at the top of your class. Otherwise, you will be saddled with NON-DISCHARGEABLE, massive student loan debt and little job prospects. Remember also, that there are currently 16 law schools in the Maryland, DC, and Virginia market.