Kenneth C. Randall is President of InfiLaw Ventures, LLC. Randall was dean of The University of Alabama School of Law for twenty years prior to joining InfiLaw in 2013, a period of significant transformation at Alabama’s law school. He also was the Thomas E. McMillan Professor of Law at Alabama. Originally a New Yorker, Dean Randall practiced law with Simpson Thacher & Bartlett in New York. Dean Randall holds four law degrees, including the J.D. from Hofstra, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review; the LL.M. from Yale; and the LL.M. and J.SD. from Columbia. He also has taken Executive Education courses at the Business Schools of Harvard and Columbia.
Dean Randall has served the ABA Section of Legal Education as the inaugural Chair of the Technology Committee and chaired or served on Site Inspection teams at about twenty law schools for accreditation/reaccreditation. At Alabama, Randall was voted by the students as the Outstanding Faculty Member, and by the Black Law Students Association as Faculty Member of the Year. He taught, among other courses, for JD and MBA students: Legal Ethics in Corporate Transactions and Private Equity/Venture Capital. He has worked in the Private Equity area and has served on the boards of directors of several corporations and non-public entities.
Infilaw Ventures extends education to the under-served nationally and internationally, focusing on student needs and outcomes.