Ken Randall is a pioneer in law school adoption of game-changing technologies such as distance learning.
He served as dean of The University of Alabama School of Law for 20 years prior to founding iLaw, now a part of BARBRI, in 2013. Ken’s administrative team helped propel Alabama to a Top 25 law school ranking, and he has helped create or transform online programs at multiple institutions.
Ken was the first chair of the technology committee of the ABA Section of Legal Education and is a quoted and published expert in online J.D. and non-J.D. programs for law schools, law school accreditation and regulation, and distance learning. He holds the J.D. from Hofstra; the LL.M. from Yale; and the LL.M. and J.SD. from Columbia. He has also taken executive education courses at the Business Schools of Harvard and Columbia. Ken holds active bar licenses in New York and Alabama, and formerly practiced law with Simpson Thacher & Bartlett in New York.