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Randy Lamm Berlin


Phone: 847.835.4622

Email: rberlinlaw@aol.com


Randy Lamm Berlin is an attorney formerly specializing in employment law. She was also a member of the Board of Directors and legal advisor to Berlin Packaging, a packaging distribution network in the United States headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. Berlin Packaging has been the subject of a case history in the book entitled, The Human Equation, published by Harvard Business School, and authored by Jeffrey Pfeffer of the Stanford Business School.

Ms. Berlin earned her law degree from Loyola University Chicago Law School in 1991 where she concentrated her studies on employment and labor law. Since 2005, Ms. Berlin has been teaching Law and Literature at Loyola Law School, a course she created. From 1993-1996 she was an adjunct professor, presenting seminars in employment law to management and supervisory personnel in the Executive Education Program of the Quinlan School of Business.

She has taught self-editing writing skills for government and educational institutions, as well as for private industry. She has been an editor and contributing writer for the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) newsletter.

Prior to attending law school, Ms. Berlin was the V.P. for Human Resources for Baltimore Tin Plate and Indiana Tin Mill Corporations. She earned an MA and did doctoral research at the University of Chicago in English Literature. She earned her BA at Lake Forest College where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and graduated magna cum laude, wining the McPherson Prize for Excellence in English. She later returned to Lake Forest College to teach in the department of English Literature. She created, developed and was local coordinator for the nationwide Junior Great Books Discussion Program, which presently has several thousand schools in the U.S.A. enrolled in the program.


BA, magna cum laude, Lake Forest College, 1975
MA, University of Chicago, 1977, 1979
JD, Loyola University Chicago, 1991

Program Areas

Law and Literature