Professorial Lecturer in Law
Ryan Rambudhan graduated summa cum laude from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He then attended The George Washington Law School. While at GW Law, he was an associate on The George Washington International Law Review. His Note was published, and he became a member of Phi Delta Phi, an international legal honor society. During his 3L year, he served the 1L's as a Dean's Fellow & Liaison to the newly launched Inns of Court program. He was highly involved with the student body; he served as a Student Ambassador, SBA Senator, and as a Student Research Advocate for Bloomberg Law. Lastly, he was the member of the 2013 graduating class who received the American Bar Association Scholarship and Leadership Award.
Following graduation, he was admitted to the Virginia State Bar. He decided to start his career as a criminal defense attorney at a medium sized firm in Fairfax. One year later (in 2014), he decided to start a criminal defense practice (S&R Law Firm, PLLC) with a co-worker.
Today, the firm has one associate attorney and has expanded into family law practice. Mr. Rambudhan is a trial and appellate attorney who litigates cases ranging from misdemeanors to serious felony and white-collar offenses. He is also a Guardian Ad Litem, which is a person the court appoints to determine what is in the best interests of a child in divorce and custody cases.