Thomas M. Keck, professor of political science and the Michael O. Sawyer Chair of Constitutional Law and Politics in the Maxwell School, has been named a 2019 Andrew Carnegie Fellow. As recipients of the so-called “brainy award,” each Carnegie Fellow…
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.