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Honorable Gary B. Randall

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Honorable Gary B. Randall

1998 – present 
Judge of the District Court, 4th Judicial District
(Douglas County)
1983 – 1997
Private practice of law - Omaha, NE
1975 – 1982
Private practice of law - Omaha, NE
Creighton University School of Law, 1974
Juris Doctorate
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1972
Bachelor of Science
Judicial/Law Related Activities
Professional Affiliations
American Bar Association
Finance & Non-Dues Revenue
Strategic Planning & Communications Committee
Judicial Evaluation Committee
Ad Hoc Committee on the Court System
Court Technology Committee, 1999 – present
Nebraska State Bar Association
Annual Meeting Committee, chairman, 2002
Annual Meeting Committee, member, 2001 – 2004 
Legislative Committee, 1997 – present
Volunteer Lawyers Program, 1995 – 1997
Elder Law Section Officer, 1991 – 1997
Family Law Section, 1991 – 1997
National Association of Metropolitan Courts, 2000 – present 
American Inns of Court, William Jennings Bryan Pupilage Group, 1998 – 2005 
National Association of Drug Court Professionals, 1998 – present 
Nebraska State Bar/Local Attorney Association Committees
Nebraska High School Mock Trial Project, volunteer judge
National Conference of State Trial Judges
Chair-elect, 2008
Vice-chair, 2007 – 2008
Secretary, 2006 – 2007
Member, 1998 – present 
Nebraska Supreme Court Committees
Ad Hoc Committee on Mental Health in Courts, 2008 – present
Committee on problem-Solving Courts, 2008 – present
Committee on Practice and Procedure, 2003 – present
Sub-committee on Strategic Planning in Technology, chair, 
2004 – present 
Technology Committee, 1999 – present 
Nebraska District Judges Association
Vice president, 2003 – 2004
Treasurer, 2002 – 2003 
Member, 1998 – present
Court Reporter Committee, chairman
Legislative Committee
Honors and Awards
Nebraska State Bar Foundation Fellow: Selection to become a Fellow in the Nebraska State Bar Foundation is based on the integrity and character of the lawyer/judge. The Foundation recognizes established legal professionals who are dedicated to improving the administration of justice. Fellows are accredited by colleagues as leaders of the legal profession who contribute to the charitable and community education works of Foundation.
Key to the City of Omaha, recognition for service on the Charter Review Commission
Robert M. Spire Pro Bono Service Award, presented by the Nebraska Bar Association for pro bono service to the poor and 
non-profit entities, 1994
United Way of the Midlands Volunteer of the Year Award, recognition for pro bono legal services for the community
Teaching & Publishing
Volunteer speaker, high school law classes
Presenter, “The Twenty First Century Judge: Challenge for the Future, Developing a Collaborative Court,” American Bar Association Meeting, 2008
Presenter, “Cameras in the Courtroom,” Nebraska Supreme Court, 2008
Presenter, “Updates in Nebraska Law,” Nebraska District Court Judges Association Summer Meeting, 2003 – 2007 
Speaker, “Navigating the Roles and Responsibilities of the National Conference of State Trial Judges, American Bar Association Mid-Year Meeting, 2004
Instructor, “Social Work in the Law,” University of Nebraska-Omaha, 2003 & 2004
Speaker, “Use of Web Board in Association Communication,” American Bar Association Annual Meeting, 2003
Speaker, “Substance Abuse and Domestic Relations,” American Bar Association Family Courts Meeting, 1998
Presenter, “Housing for the Elderly and Americans with Disabilities Act,” White House Conference on Aging, 1995
Speaker, “Advanced Directives in Nebraska,” Nebraska Bar Association Annual Meeting, 1994

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