About Randy Lee
Randy Lee teaches Constitutional Law, Professional Responsibility, Torts and various writing and advocacy courses. Professor Lee has taught previously at the Villanova and University of Pittsburgh Law Schools and in the Harvard University Summer Program. The moot court teams Professor Lee has co-coached with Professor Kearney have advanced to the National Appellate Advocacy Championship three times, and their 1993 team was recognized for the third best brief in the nation.
Professor Lee is a frequent speaker for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute and has also done programs for the Pennsylvania Office of General Counsel, the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office, and the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. In addition, Professor Lee has spoken at judicial conferences for the Pennsylvania Commonwealth, Common Pleas and Superior Courts. The colleges and law schools at which he has spoken include Baylor, Boston College, Carnegie Mellon, Catholic, Duke, Fordham, Gallaudet, Maryland, Notre Dame, NYU, Oklahoma, Pepperdine, Touro, Villanova, and Penn. Professor Lee’s on-line ethics courses have been offered on the websites of the state bar associations of eight states, and he has been quoted in the New York Times, Washington Post and Time Magazine.
Professor Lee served as the chair of the Association of American Law Schools Section on Professional Responsibility, and also served as the chair of the Law School Subcommittee of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Professionalism Committee. In addition, Professor Lee coordinates the Pennsylvania Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers annual conference for the deans of students of Pennsylvania’s Law Schools. Professor Lee worked on the first case to guarantee people who are deaf the right to serve as jurors and also worked with the Pennsylvania Office of Mental Health to guarantee people who are deaf, deaf/blind, or hard of hearing equal and effective access to mental health services.