Randy Lambert grew up in Virginia and lived there until 1995 when left to serve in the United States Army. In the Army, Randy served over 8 years in military law enforcement, holding positions as a criminal and traffic investigator. Additionally, he is a combat veteran of Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom, where he served as his unit’s operations sergeant. Randy received numerous awards and commendations while serving in various locations across the United States and overseas.
Upon completing his military service, Randy worked as an operations manager for various luxury retail establishments. His various positions and travel within the retail industry ultimately landed him in the Central Florida area in 2007.
Randy earned his Juris Doctorate from Barry University’s Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law in Orlando, graduating Cum Laude and in the top 10% of his class. While at Barry, Randy was an Executive Editor/Business and Public Relations Editor for the Child and Family Law Journal and the Director of Interschool Competitions for the Moot Court Honors Board. He also distinguished himself by achieving the highest grade in numerous classes, including Federal Civil Procedure, Motions and Depositions, Disability Law, and Trial Advocacy.
Regarding his legal experience, Randy has practiced in many areas of law, including criminal defense, civil rights violations, and mass torts litigation. Prior to joining The Property Advocates, Randy worked with the O’Mara Law Group, one of the highest rated trial firms in the nation.
When Randy is not busy advocating for homeowners, he enjoys spending time with his wife and children, and is also an avid golfer.
- Barry University School of Law, Juris Doctorate
- University of Central Florida, Bachelors of Science, Legal Studies
- United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida
- United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida
- Florida Supreme Court’s Outstanding Pro Bono Service Award
- National Trial Lawyers Top 100
- Published, “How Changing the Wes Kleinert Fair Interview Act and Establishing Law Enforcement Academy Training Standards Will Help the Autism Community,” Barry University’s Child & Family Law Journal, Volume 6, Number 1, 2018.
- Published, “Florida Must Fix its Broken Felony-Murder Law,” Orlando Sentinel, January 29, 2021.
- Florida Bar
- American Bar Association
- Orange County Bar Association
- National Trial Lawyers