Louisiana Justice Hall of Fame Honors Judge Harry Randow


HonHarryRandowLouisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections Secretary James M. LeBlanc, Louisiana State Penitentiary Warden Burl Cain and the Louisiana State Penitentiary Museum Foundation will recognize the highly distinguished individuals honored as 2013 inductees into the Louisiana Justice Hall of Fame on Friday, July 12th.  Among the inductees is 9th Judicial District Court Judge Harry Randow of Alexandria.


Judge Randow received a B.A. degree in 1967 from Louisiana State University and earned his Juris Doctorate from Loyola University in New Orleans in 1971. Harry Randow was elected Judge of the Ninth Judicial District Court, Division G, in 1998 and re-elected in 2002 without opposition.


For twenty-seven years, 1971-1998, Judge Randow was an attorney in the private practice of law. During the practice of law, his legal experience included civil litigation, family law, property and wills probate.


Judge Randow is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, the Alexandria Bar Association, District Judges Association and Judges’ Association of the Third Circuit, Crossroads Inns of Court and Pineville Kiwanis. He served on the Ethics 2000 Committee of the Louisiana State Bar Association and has served on various judicial committees appointed by the Louisiana Supreme Court. Judge Randow is the court liaison to the Fathering Court of the Ninth Judicial District Court.


Judge Randow is marred to Suzanne Lewis Randow and resides in LeCompte. The Randows are parents of four adult children and the grandfather of four. Judge Randow and his family are members of St. James Episcopal Church in Alexandria.


The Louisiana State Penitentiary Museum is proud home of the Louisiana Justice Hall of Fame, and encourages all interested to attend the events honoring the 2013 “heroes in justice” on Friday, July 12th.  Tickets and information may be obtained by calling the Louisiana State Penitentiary Museum at (225) 655-2592 or visiting www.angolamuseum.org.