Friday, June 28, 2013
All Alabama, Dean of University of Alabama Law School Retiring:
Kenneth Randall, who has served as dean of UA's School of Law for two decades, will retire at the end of June.
UA President Judy Bonner confirmed the news Thursday night, stating an interim dean will be named within the next few weeks while the university conducts a national search for Randall's replacement.
Randall will enter the private sector upon his retirement, Bonner said.
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