Randall Fox is experienced in business and corporate law; real estate, land use and zoning law; estate planning and trust administration; and with complex business litigation. He has been with the firm since 1978 and is known for his strategic thinking, quality execution, and ability to get things done.
Randy has over 30 years of experience as an attorney with a client base that ranges from small start-up businesses, local businesses and nonprofit entities, to large corporations and the FDIC. He was an instructor in real estate law at Santa Barbara City College and has been a panel attorney for the California Association of Realtors since 1990.
Community involvement has been a cornerstone of Randy’s career. He has been active in the Santa Barbara County Bar Association as a director and as Chairman on the section on Business and Corporate Law.
He has served as a member of the Chancellor’s Council at the University of California Santa Barbara, a trustee and past Chairman of Laguna Blanca School, a director and past Chair of the Rehabilitation Institute at Santa Barbara, and a past director of the Goleta Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Fox currently serves as a trustee of the Santa Barbara Historical Museum where he is a member of the Executive Committee and the Committee on Trustees. He also currently serves as a director at Zona Seca and Exploring Solutions Past: The Maya Forest Alliance.
Randy is a graduate of Kent State University and Seattle University School of Law where he served on the Moot Court Advocacy Board. He is a past contributing author to the University of San Francisco Law Review.
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Practice areas: Real Estate, Land Use and Zoning Law; Real Estate Development; Oil and Gas Law; Business and Corporate Law; Agriculture; Real Estate Financing; Estate Planning, Trust Administration; Complex Business Litigation