The president and founder of iLaw and iLaw Global in Tuscaloosa, Kenneth Randall is an experienced former law professor with numerous publication and speaking credits to his name. For 20 years, Kenneth Randall worked at the University of Alabama School of Law as a professor, dean, and special counsel to the president.
Ken Randall played a role in the development of the University of Alabama’s online master of law program. Two of the institution’s three graduate LLMs–taxation and business transactions–are available to distance students.
Both online degree programs are designed to be completed in six semesters or two years, totaling 24 semester hours of graduate coursework. Students able to put in longer hours can take more classes each semester, and finish their chosen program in one year.
The LLM concentration in taxation covers tax law in general and focuses on a more specialized area of either estate planning or business tax. The concentration in business transactions prepares lawyers to assist clients through every step of a business, including mergers and bankruptcy.