BEN Colorado Fellow Randwulf “Rand” Singleton is a second-year law student at the University of Colorado Law School. Rand graduated from Eaglebrook School and Deerfield Academy in western Massachusetts. He received his BS in Anthropology with Honors from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.
At SMU, Rand was a Trip Leader for their Outdoor Adventure Department. He led rock climbing and backpacking trips throughout Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. He spent two semesters studying at SMU-in-Taos, where he discovered his love for the Southwest and appetite for green chilies.
Between college and moving to Colorado to study law, Rand road tripped the United States for fourteen months, camping, climbing, hiking, and enjoying the diverse cultures spread throughout this unique country. His favorite stop was Yosemite National Park and most memorable hike was Antelope Canyon in northern Arizona.
Rand is enthusiastically developing his legal and entrepreneurial skills while becoming a contributing member of Colorado’s scale-up scene. During his first year at CU Law, he volunteered 50 hours at the Criminal Innocence Project helping overturn mistaken convictions. He is a member of the University of Colorado's Law Review.