About Kenneth Randall

The president and chief executive officer of iLaw and iLawGlobal, Kenneth Randall oversees online educational operations on a global level from his company headquarters in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. His daily duties encompass a variety of executive development and administrative functions. Before founding iLaw in 2012, Kenneth Randall served as the dean of the University of Alabama School of Law, where he moved the school’s ranking from Top 100 to Top 21 status, doubled student diversity, improved entering student LSAT scores by more than 20 percent, and boosted student admissions yields by approximately 25 percent. He also served the university as a Thomas E. McMillan professor of law and achieved early tenure.

Outside of the professional environment, Ken Randall enjoys playing tennis and watching college football. He also likes to read and write pieces of short fiction. As a board member and pro bono attorney for Project Blessings, he helps renovate homes for income-disadvantaged families.

Work History

Work History
Dec 2012 - Present

President / CEO

iLaw and iLawGlobal 

Education

Education
Jan 1981

JD

Hofstra University