Randy B. Ligh
Attorney at Law
Areas of practice:
1) Since July 2008, Director of Collection Division of the EBR Parish Attorney's Office (started as Assistant Parish Attorney / Assistant City Prosecutor in 1994) and
2) small, part-time private practice with emphasis on personal injury and / or representing people.
Frank Gremillion. No doubt, Frankie G.
1) Parents: great role models. They retired in the late 1990s and they have been in good health since then, allowing them to enjoy their golden years
2) Mary Roper: first woman EBR Parish Attorney.
The part of my job I do best is:
Others have to answer this.
What people don't know about me:
I prefer golf over tennis.
(actually, continous pursuit) ... To be the best person I can be.
Lack of loyalty in people.
Best thing about being a lawyer?
The times when you can make someone happy.
If you could be anyone else for a day, who would you be?
Les Miles on a game day Saturday in Baton Rouge against a quality opponent in a last minute win.
Favorite BRBA project or event:
Baton Rouge Pro Bono Project, although I am ashamed to say I have not taken a case in many years.
What was the turning point that made you decide to become an attorney?
Clerking for Brian Williams in law school.
Jasmine's on the Bayou on Jones Creek Road.
If I had more time, I would:
Play more golf and /or otherwise hang out more with Steven DeBosier.
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