I know a few UB grads, but I don't attend the school. UB has a decent rep in Maryland but that rep doesn't carry far. In DC, the school carries no weight whatsoever. The people I know who've gone there seem to like the school and the fact that a lot of the profs are practitioners. Grading will harsh, just like any T2/3/4 school.
If you are an MD resident and plan on practicing in a small law office somewhere in MD, UB is fine for that.
If you are going there and paying out of state tuition, I'd seriously reconsider. I also wouldn't go there if you plan on practicing outside of MD.
Lastly, I would be somewhat concerned about job opportunities because of the school's size. I don't know if you've been to Baltimore, but it isn't exactly a thriving city. Crime is high and the city is somewhat run down. With the amount of students graduating from UB and UMD each year, I doubt there are enough good legal jobs for everyone. I'd imagine a lot of people there have to resort to law clerk/paralegal jobs or non-legal jobs.