Randall A. Gill

Randall (Randy) Gill is an “A-V” rated attorney by Martindale-Hubell, and holds the highest peer ratings for exceptional legal ability and ethical standards. An A-V rating signifies the highest level of professional excellence for legal knowledge, communication, and ethics.

Randy practices in Tulsa and the Northeast Oklahoma counties. He is active in the Tulsa County Bar Association and founded a program with The University of Tulsa College of Law to bring legal cases to law students to observe during their first year (1L) of law school. His practice is focused in litigation and related transactional matters. He practices in a multitude of different areas and has developed a specialty in litigation, including business, construction, personal injury, trusts, special need trusts, nursing home matters, elder care issues, guardianship and probate litigation. He also has an appellate practice.

He is a Mediator and Special Master with Dispute Resolution Consultants in Tulsa. He received his mediation training at Pepperdine University. Pepperdine is recognized as one of the finest mediation institutes in the United States. He conducts mediation through Zoom and in-person mediations.

He has represented clients in numerous complex trust, probate, guardianship, estate, business contract, commercial and construction matters. He litigates jury and bench trials involving contract and insurance matters before federal, state and administrative bodies resulting in significant awards to clients and considerable benefits to clients in the defense and prosecution of matters.

Community Involvement

The University of Tulsa College of Law

Randy created The University of Tulsa College of Law “Docket Day” program. The “Docket Day” program is unique to The College of Law at The University of Tulsa and brings court proceedings to the University’s on-campus courtroom for observation by the law students as a development tool for practical application of skills. First-year law students have had the opportunity to observe closing arguments in criminal felony trials, criminal hearings, Court of Civil Appeals oral arguments, Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals oral arguments, bench trials to the District Court in Civil Matters and civil oral arguments on motions to expose the first-year students to the skill sets they will develop and to provide an opportunity to network with the Judges and attorneys they will practice with upon graduation. The program has been successful over the last eight years and continues to expand with the Courts and the University.

Guardianship Pro Se Docket

Randy has arranged a program of volunteer lawyers to assist the Guardianship Court in Tulsa County in reviewing the files/records of Pro Se guardianship petitioners to assist in administrative support to the Court to check all files for the sufficiency of notice, pleadings and compliance with the statutes to ease the burden on the Court.



  • University of Tulsa Law School, Tulsa, OK – Juris Doctor, 1983
  • University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK – Bachelor of Science, 1980
  • Pepperdine University, Straus Institute for Mediation

Bar Admissions

  • Oklahoma
  • United States Supreme Court
  • Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Eastern, Northern and Western Federal District Courts of Oklahoma
  • United States Court of Military Appeals
  • Cherokee Nation Supreme Court
  • Creek Nation Supreme Court
  • Pro hac vice Participation in Other States

Professional Affiliations

  • Oklahoma Bar Association
  • Tulsa County Bar Association


  • Tulsa Top Lawyers (Tulsa People)
  • America’s Most Honored Professionals
  • Trademark Who’s Who Honors Award
  • Worldwide Registry of Executives and Professionals