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Randolph N. Stone : Curriculum Vitae


University of Wisconsin Law School
JD, 1975

  • Legal Writing Instructor
  • Criminal Law Teaching Assistant
  • President, Black Law Students Assoc.
  • Student Attorney, Ordinance Defense Project

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Urban Affairs, 1972

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
BA Political Science, 1972

Lincoln University, Pennsylvania


University of Chicago Law School
Clinical Professor of Law, Edwin F. Mandel Legal Aid Clinic, 1991-present.
Director of the Clinic, 1991 2001.

  • Created the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Project designed to provide law and social work students with the opportunity to represent children accused of crime and delinquency.

Lecturer in Law, 1990-1991
Clinical Fellow, 1977-1980

Harvard Law School
Lecturer on Law, Trial Advocacy Workshop, 1990-93
Instructor, 1985-88

IIT - Chicago-Kent College of Law
Adjunct Professor, 1990-1991

Cook County Public Defender's Office
Public Defender, 1988-1991

  • Responsible for leadership, administration and management of $32M budget in 750 person law office.

Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia
Staff Attorney and Deputy Director, 1983-1988

Stone & Clark, Chicago IL
Partner, 1980-1983

Criminal Defense Consotium of Cook County, Inc.
Staff Attorney, 1976 - 1978

LEAA neighborhood office project

Neighborhood Legal Services Program, Washington DC
Reginald Heber Smith Community Lawyer Fellow, 1975 - 1976

In addition, served as faculty for the following organizations and programs: the American Bar Association, the National Bar Association, the National Conference of Black Lawyers, the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, the National College of Criminal Defense, the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, the National Conference of State Courts, the NAACP, the National Legal Aid and Defender Association, the Sentencing Project, Inc., the National Association of Counsel for Children, the Legal Defense Fund, Inc., the National Association of Sentencing Advocates, the National Association for Blacks in Criminal Justice, the Administrative Office of the Illinois Court system, the Loyola Law School and Chicago Bar Association's College of Trial Lawyers Intensive Advocacy Course, the District of Columbia Trial Practice Institute, the International Law Institute, the New York State Defenders Association, the Maryland Defenders Office, the Office of the Virginia Public Defender, the Cook County Public Defender's Office, the Illinois Appellate Defender Program, and a "Teaching Law-Exploring the Possibilities" workshop for minority attorneys at the University of Wisconsin Law School.


Bar Admissions:
Illinois (1977)
Wisconsin (1975)
District of Columbia (1975)
Illinois Supreme Court Board of Bar Admissions

Governor's Commission to Rewrite the Illinois Criminal Code, appointee

Illinois Supreme Court's Capital Litigation Trial Bar Screening Committee Panel

Steering committee, American Association of Law Schools Equal Justice Colloquia, responsible for organizing 19 conferences at various law schools around the country designed to facilitate collaboration between law school faculties and legal service providers

AALS Clinical Education Executive Committee

Member of the Board of Directors or Advisory Board Member for the following organizations: The Sentencing Project, Washington, D.C., Neighborhood Defender Service of