On Friday, the Supreme Court ruled that law enforcement need to obtain search warrants to access phone location information. Lauryn Gouldin is an associate professor of law at the Syracuse University College of Law. Professor Gouldin teaches constitutional criminal procedure,…
College of Law Holds December LL.M. in American Law Commencement Ceremony
The College of Law recently held a commencement ceremony for its LL.M. in American Law students who are graduating this December. The LL.M. in American Law program is an advanced degree for foreign-trained legal professionals who want to broaden their understanding of American laws and the U.S.’s legal system.
The six students receiving their degrees are: Abdulmajeed Aldhayan (Saudi Arabia), Goran Al-Jaf (Kurdistan Region of Iraq), Asrar Althubaiti (Saudi Arabia), Max Pierre Debuche (Haiti), Ahmad Qashlan (Saudi Arabia) and Samet Tatat (Turkey.)
The ceremony featured a commencement address from George H. Lowe, retired U.S. Magistrate Judge for the Northern District of New York, and, of counsel, Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC.