Tonya R. Noldon-Randall
Adjunct Professor of Law
Lecturer, Department of Legal Studies
University of Central Florida
College of Community Innovation and Education
12494 University Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32816
Professor Randall is a Lecturer in the Department of Legal Studies, serving as a Head Coach of the Moot Court Team as well as the Faculty Advisor to the Legal Honor Society.
After graduating with an Economics degree from Cornell University, Professor Randall started her career as a financial analyst on Wall Street in her native New York City, but later pivoted to pursue a career in law at the encouragement of a trailblazing Black female judge who had visited Professor Randall’s pre-law class at Cornell. After graduating from the University of Virginia School of Law, Professor Randall served as a judicial law clerk to federal judges in the Southern District of Texas as well as in the Middle District of Florida, later working for an AmLaw 100 law firm specializing in employment law and commercial litigation.
Professor Randall was originally inspired to teach through Teach for America, where she engaged students in Teen Court and founded a pre-law program. Professor Randall has since gone on to teach law courses at both the college and law school levels in Employment Discrimination, Elder Law, Evidence, Criminal Procedure, Urban Law, Trial Advocacy, and Legal Research. Professor Randall also helps prepare law students nationwide to take their bar exams by coaching them in bar essay writing through the Kaplan Bar Review.
Professor Randall is a licensed attorney in Florida, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Ohio, and is also a member of the Federal Bar Association.