Director, Barton Juvenile
Areas of Expertise
Randee Waldman came to Emory in 2006 as director of the Barton Juvenile Defender Clinic. She supervises law and social work students in their representation of young people charged with delinquent and status offenses, engages in policy work related to juvenile justice issues and teaches a course in juvenile justice.
Waldman began her legal career as a litigation associate at Debevoise & Plimpton in New York. She then spent over five years as a senior attorney at Advocates for Children, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring quality and equal public education services for New York City’s most vulnerable students. While at AFC, Waldman represented parents and students at all levels of administrative proceedings to obtain appropriate special education services for students with disabilities, represented students in student discipline cases, served as co-counsel in several impact litigation cases in federal court and directed the pro bono and law student intern programs.
Education: BA, Haverford College; JD, University of Chicago Law School.
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