Randolph N. Stone : Presentations
"Legal Aid Contracting Lessons from North America." Legal Action Group, London, England, October 1997.
A paper on U.S. indigent defense systems presented to lawyers, legal workers, and law professors, Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights South Africa Project, Johannesburg, South Africa, October 1992.
Numerous presentations to community groups, organizations, bar associations.
Television and radio broadcasts including, inter alia, American Justice with Bill Curtis (A&E), Good Morning America (CBS), CNN, Chicago Tonight with John Calloway, The Today Show (NBC), WVON Radio with Cliff Kelley; MacNeil/Leher News Hour (PBS), Mara Tapp Show (WBEZ Public Radio), WHPE Radio, National Public Radio with Nina Totenberg ("Racism and the Criminal Justice System"), NBC Nightly News, Listening to America with Bill Moyers ("The War on Drugs"; PBS), the Oprah Winfrey Show, ACLU's You Have the Right (Cable Access WFLD), Tony Brown's Journal (PBS); Chicago Reporter series (WNUA).
University of Chicago Law School presentations and program participation, including the Roundtable and Legal Forum symposiums, the Bigelow Moot Court program, the Street Law Project, the Black Law Students Association, Public Service Week, and the student chapter of the ACLU.
External university presentations, including a paper presented to the Public World of the Child workshop supported by the School of Social Service Administration, a speech on juries to the Women's Board of the University, presentations to public school teachers of the Mellon Foundation Literacy Program of the Office of University-School Relations and the Know Your Chicago program, presentation to students and staff of the University's Community Service Center, the University's Episcopal Center, and the Chicago Theological Seminary.
Forum discussion on death penalty issues, Columbia University (featured on fathom.com, a consortium of select universities and museums).