Randy Miller Lebedoff
Randy Miller Lebedoff was born in Washington, D.C. Born into a diplomatic family, she lived all over the world. She ultimately graduated from the American International School (High School) in New Delhi, India (1967). She returned to the United States to attend Smith College (Northampton, MA), where she recieved her B.A. in Government (1971). Lebedoff enrolled at the Rutgers University School of Law in 1972, before tranfering to the Indiana University School of Law in 1973. She received her JD degree from IU (Magna Cum Laude, Order of the Coif) in 1975.
Lebedoff began her legal career in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in the offices of Faegre and Benson. She would ultimately rise to be a partner in the firm, specializing in business litigation, with a focus on antitrust and other commercial litigation. In 1989 she became Vice President and General Counsel for the Minneapolis based Star Tribune Media Co., LLC. She left the Star Tribune in 2001, accepting a similar position at Twin Cities Public Television, but returned to the media company in 2001 as Senior Vice President and General Counsel.
Lebedoff has served as President of the Minnesota Newspaper Association, as well as a board member of multiple Twin Cities nonprofits. Randy Lebedoff was awarded an Indiana University Maurer School of Law Distinguished Service Award in 2016.
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