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Randall Bynum Member

Randall Bynum

Areas of Practice

Banking and Commercial Finance,Corporate/Business Law,Environmental Law,Utility Regulation


George Washington University – J.D. with high honors, B.S.B.A. with honors
University of Arkansas – B.A.



Randall L. Bynum, a member of the firm, practices in the areas of utility and telecom regulation, environmental law, banking and commercial finance, and corporate and business law.

Mr. Bynum served the State of Arkansas as a Commissioner on the Arkansas Public Service Commission from 2003-2007. While on the Commission, he served as Treasurer of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) and Vice Chair of NARUC’s Committee on Gas. He also was a member of NARUC’s Executive Committee and the NARUC Board of Directors, as well as serving on the Audit and Investments Committees, the Committee on Consumer Affairs, and the Washington Action Committee. While a Commissioner, Randy also served on the Board of Directors of the Financial Research Institute at the University of Missouri and the American Public Gas Association Security and Integrity Foundation.

Mr. Bynum received a law degree with high honors from The George Washington University where he served as Executive Managing Editor of The George Washington Journal of International Law and Economics and was elected to The Order of the Coif. He received a bachelor’s degree with honors in business administration from the University of Arkansas.

Previously Randy was in private law practice in Washington, D.C. with the firm of Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton and in Little Rock, Arkansas with the Rose Law Firm.

Mr. Bynum is licensed to practice law in Arkansas and the District of Columbia and holds a Certified Public Accountant certificate (inactive) in Arkansas.

In Little Rock, Randy currently serves on the State of Arkansas Capitol Arts and Grounds Commission. He has served as a Commissioner on the city’s Parks and Recreation Commission and on the Board of Stewards and Finance Committee of Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church. Randy’s other previous civic activities include serving as President of the Board of Trustees of The Anthony School, member of the Board of Trustees of the Pulaski Technical College Foundation, and a member of the Arkansas Leadership Council of the National Federation of Independent Business.

Randy was born in Pryor, Oklahoma and is a certified tribal member of the Cherokee Nation. In his spare time, he enjoys playing golf. Randy has three children – Olivia, Brooks and Barrett.

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