Randy Gordon has been making justice happen for clients for over 35 years. Call for a free consult.Randy Gordon has served as an arbitrator in over 150 cases and knows how it works.Winner of the Public Justice and Professionalism awards, Randy knows how to help you in your case.Randy Gordon has lectured, taught, and been trained as a mediator, mediating cases since 1991.Winner of the Public Justice and Professionalism awards, Randy knows how to help you in your case.Randy has served as special district counsel and hearing officer for the State Bar on ethics cases.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Washington Super Lawyers||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2012|
|Washington Super Lawyer||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2011|
|"Outstanding" Rating||Municipal League of King County||2010|
|Bronze Crayon Award||Foundation for Early Learning||2010|
|Rookie-of-the-Year, Washington State Legislature||Everett Herald||2010|
|Washington Super Lawyer||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2010|
|Silver Tongue Award||TVW||2010|
|Washington Super Lawyer||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2009|
|Washington Super Lawyer||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2008|
|Person of the Year Award||USA - National Karate-do Federation||2008|
|Washington Super Lawyer||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2007|
|Washington Super Lawyer||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2006|
|Rising Star||King County Democrats||2005|
|Washington Super Lawyer||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2005|
|Washington Super Lawyer||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2004|
|Outstanding Faculty Award||Seattle University School of Law||2003|
|Washington Super Lawyer||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2003|
|Outstanding Service Award||Washington Karate Association||2001|
|Professionalism Award||Washington State Association for Justice||2001|
|President's Award||Washington State Bar Association||2001|
|Award of Merit||United States of America-National Karate-do Association||1999|
|Public Justice Award||Washington State Association for Justice||1998|
|Member and Founder||Law Offices of Randolph I. Gordon PLLC||2013 - Present|
|Adjunct Professor||Seattle University School of Law||1999 - Present|
|Member||Gordon Edmunds Grelish PLLC||2011 - 2012|
|State Senator, 41st Legislative District||Washington State Senate||2010 - 2010|
|Member||Gordon Edmunds Elder PLLC||2003 - 2010|
|Principal||Casey Gordon Davis PS||1983 - 2003|
|Associate||Riddell Williams||1978 - 1983|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Washington State Association for Justice||Board of Governors 2001-2003||1985 - Present|
|Washington State Bar Association||Board of Governors 2003-2005||1978 - Present|
|East King County Bar Association||Trustee, 1989-1994; Vice President, 1994; President, 1995||1989 - 2007|
|American Association for Justice||Member||1985 - 2006|
|King County Bar Association||Board of Trustees, 1996-1999||1978 - 2007|
|Birklid v. Boeing, 127 Wn.2d 853, 904 P.2d 278 (1995)||Plaintiffs prevail in State Supreme Court (1995); Settled (1998)|
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|Seattle Journal for Social Justice||A Tale of Two Initiatives: Where Propaganda Meets Fact in the Debate Over America's Health Care||2006|
|Washington State Trial Lawyers Association Trial News||Lies and the Lying Liars that Tell Them by Al Franken and First Among Equals by Kenneth Starr||2004|
|King County Bar Bulletin||First Ascent: Jim Frush and the Untrodden Path||2004|
|Unknown||Chapters IV [Litigation Techniques and Strategies], VI [Troubleshooting or How to be Prepared for Anything]||2003|
|Washington State Bar Association Bar News||Indian Law: A Classroom Discussion||2002|
|Washington State Bar Association Bar News||Acceptance Speech: President's Award||2001|
|Washington State Bar Association Bar News||Proud to be a Lawyer||2001|
|Washington State Bar Association Bar News||The Deliberate Intention Exception to the Industrial Insurance Act Since Birklid v. Boeing: A Guidebook for Bench and Bar||2000|
|Washington State Bar Association Bar News||The Lawyer as Hero, A Pride of Lions, a Justice of Lawyers||2000|
|Unknown||Chapters I [Cyber Discovery], VI [Discovery Abuse]||2000|
|Defining Multiple Chemical Sensitivity||No Balm in Gilead: Why Workers; Compensation Fails Workers in a Toxic Age||1998|
|Unknown||Chapters 1 [Using Direct Examination to Win Your Case], 4 [Putting it All Together to Win Your Case]||1998|
|Unknown||The Blood of the Worker||1997|
|Unknown||Chapters 2 [Developing the Plan], 3 [The Importance of Effective Communication], 5 [Voir Dire and the Art of Asking the Right Questions], and 7 [Special Tools for Selecting the Right Jury]||1996|
|Washington State Bar Association Bar News||No Balm in Gilead: An Examination of the Intentional Tort Exclusion to Coverage Under the Industrial Insurance Act in Light of Birklid v. Boeing||1996|
|Washington State Bar Association Bar News||How Much Justice Can We Afford? The Argument for Mandatory Arbitration||1996|
|Washington State Bar Association Bar News||The Riddle of Fisons: When is Discovery not Discovery?||1996|
|Washington State Trial Lawyers Association Trial News||Boeing workers change 73 years of Washington law||1996|
|Washington State Bar Association Bar News||A Modest Proposal for Improvement of the Legal System||1993|
|Washington State Bar Association Bar News||The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves and Other Helpful Hints on The Practice of Law||1991|
|Washington State Bar Association Bar News||A Meditation on Mediation||1991|
|Unknown||Walt Whitman as a Franciscan Within the Modern Universal Construct||1976|
|Harvard University Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1978|
|University of Michigan, Ann Arbor||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1975|
|Divorce, Washington Style||Ethics Preview, Washington Style||2012|
|Washington State Senate Floor Speech||Tortious Conduct/Judgments||2010|
|Guest on "Moral Politics" TV Show||Medical Malpractice Reform||2007|
|What Judges Want You to Know about Washington Family Court||Legal Ethics in Civil Litigation||2006|
|Faculty, NITA Training||Direct and Cross-Examination Techniques||2006|
|Author's Forum: Seattle Journal for Social Justice||Tort Reform Initiatives||2006|
|Guest on "Moral Politics" TV Show||Election Reform||2005|
|Winter Commencement Address||Keynote Speaker||2003|
Posted by David
I was referred to Randy several years ago by a mutual friend following a car accident. I had just begun a new job and Randy being sensitive to this, on our first meeting, came to my office after hours. Immediately, I was impressed with his professionalism, his friendliness his integrity and his genuine high degree of compassion. Throughout the next several months, Randy, without hesitation, always made himself available to answer any question I may have had. From fees to expenses and reimbursements, Randy explained everything in a clear and concise way. In the end, his efforts were successful.
Fast forward to 18 months ago and again, I was in need of legal representation. My first and only choice was to place a phone call to Randy. Again, his compassion and ability to clearly outline the path we’d need to take left no doubt in my mind he was the only choice. With his guidance and high degree of knowledge regarding the law, a positive outcome was achieved. Even after reaching a successful result, he continued to work to make sure that I received the maximum amounts available, including negotiating with insurance companies regarding potential claims for reimbursement.
On several occasions, I have referred others to Randy; all of whom were more than pleased with the results he obtained for them. Over the years, Randy and I have gotten to know each other on a personal level. It’s not just my privilege to know Randy as an attorney but also as a friend.
Posted by anonymous
I am a former personal injury client of Randy's. Before I met Randy, I had contacted tens of lawyers who dismissed my claim after only a few minutes of conversation. However, when I first met with Randy he took the time to listen to my entire story. Afterwards, he explained all aspects of my case without using a ton of legal jargon. Randy was forthright and honest when he explained the positive and negative aspects of my case. He told me that he and his firm would do everything they possibly could for me -- and they did.
Throughout the litigation process, Randy and his staff kept me well informed of the goings on of my case. He became personally involved, such that the pain and suffering I felt appeared to become his own. Randy and I met on a number of occassion to develop the best strategy for reaching a positive resolution of my claim.
In the end, Randy's diligent efforts led to a very successful settlement of my claims. Anyone thinking of retaining the services of an attorney would be wise to give Randy Gordon a call.
Posted by anonymous
I contacted Randy almost a year ago when a large corporation threatened and followed through with their threats to disrupt the smooth operation of my small business by reneging on a contract we had in place.
Randy, from the very beginning, listened to my story and asked the appropriate questions to see if my case was winnable. After my hour consultation, Randy had a firm grasp on the case and even laid out the strategy that he felt we needed to follow. A year later, the case was over and the strategy he laid out from our initial meeting did not detour one iota!
While I cannot comment on the case, and can say that I am thrilled with the outcome and the excellent representation I received.
If you are looking for an attorney who is dependable, reliable, and economical, look no further. Randy is a pit bull that will take your cause and make it his own.
When I need representation in the future, I will look no further than Randy Gordon.
Stacie Bain, Personal injury Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I share an office suite with Randy and had the privilege of working with him on one of my personal injury cases this year. Throughout our association, Randy worked tenaciously to ensure we were able to obtain fair compensation for our client. His knowledge, experience and compassion are top notch. I highly recommend Randy to anyone looking for a caring, experienced trial lawyer for their own case and to other attorneys looking to associate on a case.
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