Randy SingerSenior Lecturing Fellow
Senior Lecturing Fellow Randy Singer presently serves as the managing partner of Singer Davis, LLC. Randy graduated second in his class from William and Mary Law School and has been practicing law since 1986. He has more than thirty years of experience as a trial lawyer and has served as lead counsel on numerous high-profile cases. He began his career at Willcox and Savage, a 60-person firm in Norfolk, Virginia, where he served as head of litigation and, in 2009, started his own firm in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Randy served as lead counsel in Farley v. Guns Unlimited, the first Virginia jury trial to receive gavel-to-gavel television coverage while sparking a national debate on gun control and school violence. He also served as lead counsel in the case of Miller v. Somerville, successfully representing the daughters of Hamilton Somerville in their quest to prove that their father had been poisoned by their stepmother. Randy also served as lead appellate counsel for the former governor of Virginia’s wife whose honest services fraud case was dismissed on appeal after a guilty verdict at trial.
Recently, Randy and his firm have taken a lead role in representing victims of international terror attacks. The firm has obtained judgments in excess of six hundred million dollars against the Islamic Republic of Iran for its financing of terrorist groups and presently represents more than one hundred clients in various suits against countries, banks and international companies that help fund or facilitate terrorists.
In addition to his active litigation practice, Randy also serves as the lead teaching pastor for Trinity Church, a church with nearly two thousand in weekly attendance at six different campuses, including two international campuses. In 2019, Trinity was named one of the top 100 fastest growing churches in North America by Outreach Magazine. Randy is also a bestselling and award-winning author with sixteen books in print in several different languages.
Randy has been a part of Regent Law School, either as an adjunct professor, member of the Board of Visitors or speaker at various school functions, for most of the past thirty years. He has taught Trial Practice, Virginia Procedure, the Art of Advocacy and headed a Civil Litigation practicum. In the 2020/21 academic year, he will lecture on international rights in the context of terrorism attacks and teach a class on advanced torts.