Albany Law School welcomes students from a wide variety of backgrounds into its rich intellectual community. To meet the needs of all students, the law school offer special services for nontraditional students, students with disabilities, veterans, multicultural students and students of all faiths.
Albany Law School’s students can range in age from 20 years to 55 years in any given year. The law school often has dozens of parents in law school full time, and they often find one another to form informal support groups.
With more than 20 student organizations, there is a place for everyone. Many groups work for social change through public forums, publish articles or sponsor and host well-known speakers. Others may donate their time for legal research for a group in need, solicit pro bono legal help, or raise funds for a specific cause.
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