For 20 years, Kenneth Randall served as dean of the University of Alabama School of Law. He joined the school as an assistant professor and advanced into a tenured position, after which he served as the Thomas E. McMillan Professor of Law. While at the University of Alabama, Kenneth (Ken) Randall guided a number of initiatives that improved the School of Law’s ranking from the top 100 to the top 21 nationwide and seventh among public programs.
Mr. Randall currently oversees business operations at iLaw and iLawGlobal, which he founded in 2012. As president and CEO, he has led the development of online legal curricula for use by law schools throughout the country as a means for increasing revenue during the summer months.
Ken Randall earned a JD at the Hofstra University School of Law and an LLM at Yale Law School. Furthering his education, he completed a second LLM and a JSD at the Columbia University School of Law. In addition, he has pursued Executive Education studies in business at Harvard and Columbia.