Maynard Cooper & Gale, PC
1901 Sixth Avenue, N., Ste. 2400
Birmingham, AL 35203
(205)254-1867 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Randall graduated from Yale Law School in 2005 and from the University of Alabama magna cum laude in 2002 with a major in Quantitative Finance and minors in Mathematics and Economics. He is Of Counsel at Maynard, Cooper & Gale and is admitted in Alabama and New York. After graduation from law school he clerked for Hon. U.W. Clemon, Chief Judge, N.D. Alabama. He was then a real estate associate at Bradley Arant Rose & White LLP for two years before moving to New York City where in 2008 through 2012 he was a real estate associate at Greenberg Traurig LLP.
While at Yale, Randall was the editor for the Yale Journal of Regulation and on the Morris Tyler Moot Court Board. At the University of Alabama, he was honored as Outstanding Undergraduate in Finance, National Alumni Association Outstanding Senior, and Amanda Taylor Watson Outstanding Quantitative Finance Student. He was also a coach/judge for local high school debate leagues for inner-city students. In New York, he sought and obtained zoning relief to facilitate the conversions of numerous manufacturing buildings to residential use in Brooklyn and Manhattan and sought and obtained approvals from multiple governmental agencies to facilitate the construction of a new dormitory building in Lower Manhattan. Early in his law career, Randall represented a regional financial institution in disposition of dozens of properties throughout the Southeast and in $60M acquisition financing of six shopping malls, represented a national financial institution in $30M acquisition and development financing of retail development, and represented financial institution in re-capitalization of $20M in debt secured by multiple assisted care living facilities in different states. He is professionally affiliated with the Birmingham Bar Association, the American Bar Association, Magic City Bar Association, and the National Association of Bond Lawyers. His community involvement includes Urban Land Institute (founding member, currently being formed), Birmingham Museum of Art, Highlands School, Jefferson County Historical Commission, and City of Birmingham Disparity Study Ad Hoc Remedy Sub-Committee.