New York, N.Y. (Trustee since 2006)
Randy Hertz is a clinical professor at N.Y.U. Law School, the director of the school's clinical program, and the supervising attorney of the school's Juvenile Defender Clinic. Before joining the N.Y.U. faculty, he worked at the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, in the juvenile, criminal, appellate and special litigation divisions. He writes in the areas of juvenile and criminal justice and is the co-author, with Professors Anthony G. Amsterdam and Martin Guggenheim of N.Y.U. Law School, of "Trial Manual for Defense Attorneys in Juvenile Court," and with Professor James Liebman of Columbia Law School, of "Federal Habeas Corpus Law and Practice." He is an editor-in-chief of the Clinical Law Review and the Chair-Elect of the Council of the ABA's Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar. He is the recipient of the American Bar Association's Livingston Hall award for advocacy in the juvenile field; the Association of American Law School's William Pincus Award for Outstanding Contributions to Clinical Legal Education; and the NYU Award for Distinguished Teaching by a University Professor.