CONTACT PERSON: VALERIE WILLARD
PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
| NOVEMBER 16, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Ninth Judicial District Court Judge Harry F. Randow was elected Second Vice-President of the Louisiana District Court Judges Association (LDJA) during the Louisiana Judges Fall Conference held in New Orleans, October 3-5, 2010. The LDJA is a professional, non-profit corporation established in 1981 that has a membership of 230 judges. All Louisiana district judges with general jurisdiction and judges of juvenile and family courts are eligible for membership.
The mission of the LDJA includes, among other things, the administration of justice, representation of the interest of judges, and the professional development of its membership to provide the greatest access to fair, just and responsive trial courts.
Judge Randow received his B.A. degree from Louisiana State University in 1967 and his J.D. degree from Loyola University Law School in New Orleans in 1971. From 1971 until his election to the Ninth Judicial District Court bench, he was in the private practice of law in Alexandria.
Judge Randow was appointed by the Louisiana Supreme Court in June 2009 to serve as chairman of the Louisiana Supreme Court Task Force on Pro Se (Self-Represented) Litigants. He was also appointed by the Louisiana Supreme Court to serve on the Louisiana Judicial College Board of Governors from 2006 to the present. He has been active in the Louisiana State Bar Association and the Alexandria Bar Association. Randow is a member and Master/Barrister in Crossroad, American Inn of Court of Alexandria-Pineville. He is married to Suzie Lewis Randow and they have four children.
Other officers comprising the 2010-2011 Executive Committee of the LDJA are: 4th Judicial District Court Judge Sharon Marchman, President; 1st Judicial District Court Judge Scott Crichton, First Vice-President; 22nd Judicial District Court Raymond S. Childress, Secretary; and 15th Judicial District Court Judge Jules D. Edwards, III, Treasurer.
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