LaKeisha R. Randall, Esq. is a litigation associate in the firm’s Atlanta office. She has trial experience in medical malpractice, trucking litigation, automobile litigation, and general liability. An Atlanta native, LaKeisha is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and the District of Columbia.
To date, Attorney Randall has served as In House Trial Counsel for a Fortune 50 company, worked in private practice, and advised the 10 trial judges of the City of Atlanta.
She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, cum laude from Georgia State University and her Juris Doctor at North Carolina Central University School of Law. There, she won Best Oral Argument & Best Overall Performance as a member of the Moot Court Board, served on the Student Bar Association, and founded the Pro Bono Council. Rounding out her legal education,
she spent a semester abroad at Universidad de Costa Rica and studied Comparative Biotechnology, Bioethics, Pharmaceutical law and Biodiversity.
LaKeisha has earned a reputation as a steadfast leader! She was the inaugural Young Lawyers Division Chair of the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys and served three terms on its Executive Board. She was also 1 of 4 nationally selected for a two-year litigation fellowship through the American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation and has subsequently been a leader within the division.
Second to trial practice, Ms. Randall is passionate about wellness and she is a subject matter expert within the legal community. Within the State Bar of Georgia, she has received presidential appointments onto the Attorney Wellness Taskforce since its inception and has served as faculty in several CLE’s. Nationally, LaKeisha was awarded the 2018 Progress Award from the ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs for her “outstanding contributions and sustained commitment to maintain the integrity of the legal profession and to enhance the quality of life for lawyers.” She was also presidentially appointed as 1 of the 10 national Commissioners and was the youngest attorney during her terms.
Ms. Randall regularly teaches CLE’s and programs on civil litigation, wellness, and leadership. LaKeisha was also an author and editor of a book entitled Her Story: Lessons in Success from Lawyers Who Live It, a collection of essays written by prominent women litigators from across the country.
Outside of the profession, she attributes her balance to prayer, yoga, meditation, boxing, and traveling.
- State Bar of Georgia
- Georgia Court of Appeals
- Georgia Supreme Court
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
- U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia
- U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Georgia
- District of Columbia
- American Bar Association: Progress Award (2018)
- “Who’s Who in Black Atlanta” and featured in Atlanta Tribune Magazine (2017 & 2018)
- State Bar of Georgia: Star of the Quarter (2016)
- Top 40 Under 40: North Carolina Central University (2016)
- Top 40 Under 40: The National Black Lawyers (2015)
- American Bar Association: 1 of 16 nationally selected as Young Lawyers Division Scholar (2015-2016)
- Graduate of the State Bar of Georgia’s Leadership Academy (2015)
- American Bar Association
- American Association for Justice
- The Lamar Inn of Court
- Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys
- Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated