iLaw Announces Michael Gregory as Senior Vice President of Business Development

iLaw today announced that Michael Gregory, Director of New Markets with Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, will become its Senior Vice President of Business Development, reporting to CEO and President, Dean Emeritus Ken Randall. Mr. Gregory will help build on iLaw’s successful track record of delivering high-quality distance-learning courses for law schools in the U.S. and globally. Starting its third year, iLaw has partnered with a significant number of law schools nationally in J.D., post-J.D., and other law related programs. iLaw’s rapid growth is driving its staff expansion… prweb.com

Collaboration with US law firms will strengthen Indian firms

Ken Randall, president/CEO, iLaw Global, a leading provider of legal education, and former dean of Alabama School of Law for 20 years, was recently in India to announce a tie-up with mylaw.net, an online legal learning start-up, to offer American Bar Association certified courses in the country. Sudipto Dey caught up with Randall, an expert in international relations and diplomacy, to understand the scope of the tie-up, and  the implications of the growing Indo-US relations on the legal fraternity… Business Standard

Small startups like Rainmaker, Floh joining hands with big entities to nurture their brand

BENGALURU: Online platform myLaw.net run by Delhi-based startup Rainmaker tied up with iLaw Global this month to provide courses certified by American Bar Association (ABA) to Indian students at affordable prices. Rainmaker is among the many startups that have formed symbiotic relationships with entities larger than themselves to build mutually beneficial business and synergies, and boosting their own brands in the process… Economic Times

Former University of Alabama law school dean helps develop online classes around the world

When Ken Randall retired in June after 20 years as dean of the University of Alabama’s law school, he said he planned to work in the private sector. But he did not join a law firm. Instead, he went to work for a company that is partnering with universities to develop and deliver interactive online classes to students around the world… Tuscaloosa News