Randolph Stone
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Randolph Stone created the Mandel Clinic's Criminal and Juvenile Justice Project providing law and social work students with the supervised opportunity to defend children accused of criminal and delinquent behavior.The Project is involved in law reform, public education and policy work related to the criminal and juvenile justice systems.Professor Stone has served as the public defender of Cook County in the nation's largest unified court system, as staff attorney and Deputy Director of the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, and in private practice as partner in the Chicago firm of Stone& Clark.He also worked for the Criminal Defense Consortium of Cook County and as a Reginald Heber Smith Community Lawyer Fellow with the Neighborhood Legal Services Program in Washington, D.C. Professor Stone is a past Chair of the American Bar Association's Criminal Justice Section and currently serves as President of the Illinois Supreme Court's Board of Admissions to the Bar.