practice forming Knowles & Randolph, concentrating
in personal injury and medical malpractice litigation.
a trial advocate, Mr. Randolph has represented
clients in matters involving hospitals, physicians,
corporations and governmental entities. Widely
viewed as one of Florida's most experienced personal
injury attorneys, his areas of concentration include
automobile accidents, medical malpractice and
Randolph's professional and community activities
are extensive and all consistently elevate the
legal profession and community. He is the past
President of the Florida Bar Foundation whose
primary mission is to improve administration of
the institutions of justice, provide financial
assistance to students for the study of law and
promote public service by members of the legal
profession utilizing funds contributed by members
of the legal profession. He is past President
of the Tallahassee Chapter of the American Inns
of Court and current President of the Tallahassee
Chapter of the American Board of Trial Lawyers.
He is a member of the National Bar Association,
Tallahassee Barristers Association, the Florida
Academy of Trial Lawyers and is admitted to practice
before the United States Supreme Court, as well
as the U.S. District Court for the Northern District
of Florida. He also serves as an adjunct professor
teaching trial practice at the Florida State University
College of Law.
is married to Brenda Moye Randolph and has two
sons, Marc, a Lieutenant in the U.S. Coast Guard
and Sterling, a student at Jacksonville University.