Plain and simple, Randy Howry is a real trial attorney. Having personally tried hundreds of jury trials, he is known by both clients and opposing parties as an attorney that will take a straight line to a jury to get full and fair compensation for his client if it is not offered voluntarily.
There is simply no substitute for experience and results, and Randy brings both. As a founding partner of Howry Breen & Herman, Randy is an experienced, aggressive, accomplished, board-certified trial attorney that delivers results. The proof is in Randy’s settlements and verdicts—results that total well over a hundred million dollars and counting.
Randy’s legal practice focuses on personal injury, products liability, catastrophic injuries, wrongful death, and commercial/business disputes. His mission is to fight to win his clients the best outcome possible while maintaining the trust and confidence his clients deserve.
Randy’s skill has been acknowledged by top legal organizations such as the American Board of Trial Advocates, American College of Trial Lawyers and the International Academy of Trial Lawyers. Randy serves as the President of the Austin Bar Association, Austin Chapter of American Board of Trial Advocates, and the Austin Bar Foundation.
He has served on the Board of Directors for the State Bar of Texas, Austin Bar Association, and the Austin Bar Foundation. Randy counts among his professional memberships the American Trial Lawyers Association, Texas Bar Foundation, Texas Trial Lawyers Association, and the Texas Center for Legal Ethics and Professionalism.
Raised in Georgetown, Texas, Randy knows and loves the Austin-Georgetown area. Family is everything to Randy. He and Julia, his wife of 26 years, share two children, Baker and Daniel. Though he now resides in Austin, he greatly enjoys his frequent visits back to Georgetown to see his mother, Georgia.
Randy obtained a Bachelor of Journalism from The University of Texas in 1980. Randy is a Longhorn through and through and still supports his alma mater by attending football and basketball games and other university events.
He obtained his law degree from South Texas College of Law, where he was President of the Board of Advocates, won national and state championships in multiple moot court competitions, and was awarded the Dean Garland Walker Award for Outstanding Student. He was named Alumnus of the Year in 2009. He currently serves on the South Texas College of Law Board of Directors.
Having come across so many great mentors in his own education, Randy knows the value that his experience can lend to others. He considers it his duty to help and work with future attorneys through education and mentoring. His commitment to this is seen in his continued involvement with his alma maters South Texas College of Law, of which he is a member of the Board of Directors, and The University of Texas, as an adjunct professor.
Randy is licensed to practice law by the State Bar of Texas. He is also admitted to the four United States Federal District Courts in Texas and in 2017, he had the great honor of being admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of the United States.
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