Meet Indianapolis attorney Randall Parr:

My Approach

I’ve operated as a sole-practitioner almost all of my legal career.  This significantly benefits clients because it means I do not answer to anybody else–you and your case are my top and only priority.  Additionally, I maintain a general practice.  Cases can draw on multiple different areas of the law, and having a lawyer with in-depth but broad experience may lead to better representation and a more efficient and positive outcome of your case.

My Story

Born and raised in Indianapolis, I graduated from the Indiana University School of Law at Indianapolis in 1981, after attending Indiana University-Bloomington for my undergraduate studies where I majored in English, Persuasive Speaking, and Political Science entwined with international economic considerations.

Following graduation from law school, I practiced in two smaller firms for a couple years before realizing my personality much better suited being my own boss.

I never looked back.  A few years ago I also started teaching high school classes in government, economics, U.S. and world history, and important U.S. Supreme Court opinions.  It is beyond fulfilling being able to help the next generation develop critical thinking skills necessary to be productive members of society.


The Team

Riley L. Parr, Law Clerk

Riley, the oldest of Randall’s three sons, is currently in his final year at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis.  He graduated from Indiana University-Bloomington with Honors and Distinction in 2015 with a B.A. in Political Science.

During law school, he has achieved many accomplishments, including serving as the Executive Notes Editor of the Indiana Law Review, the Assistant Chief Justice of Problem Writing and CLE for the Staton Moot Court Society, as a Writing Assistant for fellow students, and as a Research Assistant for former Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Randall T. Shepard.

He has also received several awards, include the Papke Prize for the best student Note of Volume 51 of the Indiana Law Review, the Staton Best LCA Brief award, the Dean’s Tutorial Society Fellowship Award for best LCA Tutor, and as part of the team that won the 2019 Indiana State Bar Association’s Moot Court Competition, received the Best Oralist award.

After graduation, he plans on working alongside his dad, focusing on major felony criminal defense, juvenile defense, and defending families involved with the Department of Child Services.