Randee J. Waldman

Clinical Professor of Law
Director, Juvenile Defender Clinic                                            Emory Law School

1301 Clifton Rd.
Atlanta, Ga  30322
404.727.6235
rwaldm2@emory.edu

 

Service & Leadership
Executive Committee and Treasurer, Child Protection and Advocacy Section of the State Bar of Georgia
Advisory Board, PARTNERS in Child and Adolescent Health
Chair, Juvenile Committee, GACDL
Juvenile Justice Committee, NACDL
NJDC Champion of Justice Award, 2016
Outstanding Delinquency Legal Advocate, 2013
Certified JTIP and NITA trainer

Education
JD, with honors, University of Chicago Law School
BA, Haverford College

Bar Admissions
Georgia, New Jersey, New York
SDNY, EDNY, NDGA

Randee J. Waldman serves as the Director of the Barton Juvenile Defender Clinic at Emory University School of Law. In this role, she supervises law students in holistic representation of young people charged with delinquent and status offenses. In addition to representing these clients in their juvenile court cases, she and her students also represent them in special education proceedings, school suspension proceedings, and other forums according to the clients’ needs. Professor Waldman also engages in policy work related to juvenile justice issues and teaches courses in juvenile justice and education law.