Randy Clarke

Randy Clarke, Honors Scholar, Class of 2001

Chicago-Kent Honors Scholar

Class of 2001

Mr. Clarke works for the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, DC. Prior to his work for the FCC, Mr. Clarke was as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Illinois, where he specialized in public utilities. While at Chicago-Kent, Mr. Clarke was the Executive Assistant to the Dean and Director of Institutional Projects. He was also very involved with Chicago-Kent's Global Law and Policy Initiative and Operation Kosovo. He traveled to the Balkans several times to work with the Macedonian Court system. He also worked with Non-Governmental Organizations gathering War Crime Evidence in the aftermath of the Kosovo conflict.

Mr. Clarke received his B.A. in Philosophy from Wheaton College in Massachussetts.

Writings

2001 Honors Scholars Seminar Paper

A defendant class action lawsuit: one option for the recording industry in the face of threats to copyrights posed by Internet based file-sharing systems

Other Writings

Chinese Economic Development, Rule of Law, And the Internet, 15 Gov't Info. Q. 393.(1998) (with Henry H. Perritt, Jr.).

Report of the Independent International Commission on Kosovo (Contributing Author) Oxford University Press, 2000

Labor and Employment Law Update (Contributing Author with Henry H. Perritt, Jr.) Aspen Publishing, 2002