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Randolph N. Stone : Additional Activities

Attendee, UN World Conference on Racism

Military Service

Drafted, United States Army, 1967-1969, Vietnam veteran

Additional Law School and University Service

Participated in the organization and presentation of a Community Forum on the Failure of the Death Penalty in Illinois sponsored by the Law School and the Chicago Tribune
   
Speaker, Loop Luncheon Series, alumni reunion meetings, and the Law School's Visiting Committee
   
Law School Committees: Appointments, Clinical Education, Clinic Governing, Disciplinary, and Public Service
   
Faculty advisor for the University's undergraduate chapter of the ACLU
   
University Committees: Coordinating Committee for Minority Issues, Human Subjects Committee of the School of Social Services Administration, the Institutional Review Board for the Social Sciences Division, Security, and the University Working Group for Volunteerism and Community Service

Other Activities

   
As a member of the Board of Directors of the Sentencing Project, a criminal justice reform and advocacy organization in Washington D.C., attended portions of the 2001 United Nations World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance, the Non Governmental Organization pre-conference and other related events in Durban, South Africa
   
Member of the 1999-01 "Executive Session on Public Defense" sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice, Harvard Law School and the JFK School of Government, Harvard University, designed to improve the quality of representation to the indigent
   
Member of the Criminal Justice Working Group of the Washington D.C. International Human Rights Law Group
   
Worked with the American University's School of Public Affairs Justice Programs Office on a 1999 evaluation of the Montgomery County Public Defender's in Dayton, Ohio
   
Served on a committee of lawyers providing assistance to Senator Carol Moseley-Braun prepare for the Senate Judiciary Committee review of the qualifications of U.S. Supreme Court nominees Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen Breyer
   
Testified, in June 1995 before the District of Columbia City Council on adequate funding for the Public Defender Service
   
Served as Chair of the American Bar Association's Criminal Section and testified in February 1994, before the Judiciary Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives on pending national crime legislation with a particular focus on those provisions related to juvenile crime and prevention

Awards

   
Accepted an Award to the Mandel Clinic for Excellence in Pro Bono and Public Interest from the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois and the Chicago Chapter of Federal Bar Association, March 2001
   
William R. Ming Award, Cook County Bar Association, for work related to the antigang loitering ordinance including testimony before the Chicago City Council and as co-counsel on the amicus curiae brief filed in the United States Supreme Court in Chicago v. Morales, June 1999
   
Abraham Lincoln Marovitz Civil Rights Award presented by the Anti-Defamation League, April 1996
   
Testimonial for public service from the Loyola University Chicago School of Law, February 1996
   
Cornelius F. Stradford Award, for commitment to the practice of law and dedication to the African-American community, February 1993
   
Distinguished Alumni Award, University of Wisconsin, Black Law Students Association, October 1992
   
Thurgood Marshall Award, IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, Black Law Students Association, April 1992
   
Bill of Rights Bicentennial Award for work in preserving the fundamental freedoms of the Sixth Amendment of the United States Constitution, Independent Voters of Illinois - Independent Precinct Organization, January 1992
   
Resolution of the Cook County Board of Commissioners for record of outstanding public service, August 1991
   
Commitment to Justice Award, Chicago Council of Lawyers, for outstanding service as Public Defender of Cook County, June 1991
   
Monarch Award in Law, Xi Nu Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., November 1990
   
Outstanding African-American Alumni Award, University of Wisconsin African-American Alumni Association, October 1990
   
Fred Hampton Image Award, in recognition of excellence in law, professionalism and as role model, December 1989
   
Award of Excellence and Meritorious Service, Illinois Public Defender Association, 1989 and 1991
   
Outstanding Community Service Award, The John Marshall Law School Black Law Students Association, April 21, 1989
   
Ida Platt Award, Cook County Bar Association, in recognition of appointment as the first African-American Public Defender of Cook County, June 1988
   
William R. Ming Award, Cook County Bar Association, in recognition of dedication to civil rights and individual liberties in defense of the Pontiac inmates, June 1981
   
Alumni of the Year Award, University of Wisconsin Law School, Legal Education Opportunities Program, April 1981
   
Law Student of the Year, NAACP, Madison, Wisconsin Chapter, 1975