The University of Buffalo School of Law is poised to become the second law campus in the country to offer an undergraduate degree in the law.

The school announced Friday that it will launch the new bachelor’s degree in law in the upcoming academic year—an expansion of the undergraduate minor in law that is began offering in the fall of 2018. The goal, according to James Milles, the law school’s vice dean for undergraduate studies, is to prepare students for the broadening set of careers that are in or adjacent to the law yet don’t require a law degree.

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