Randolph W. HunterAttorneyRandolph W. Hunter graduated from Louisiana State University Law School with honors in 1974, where he was an associate editor of the Law Review and a member of the Order of the Coif.
Having clerked for the Chief Judge, United States District Court for the District of Alaska, he
was admitted to the Bar in Alaska and Louisiana in 1975.He was a partner with Camarot, Sandburg, Hunter & Smith in Anchorage, Alaska and thereafter Hunter & Samaha in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Having temporarily retired from the practice of law in 2000, he
returned to active practice in 2004.He
is admitted to practice in the Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of Louisiana, Federal Court, as well as all Louisiana State Courts.
Having extensive experience in both plaintiff and defense practices.Mr. Hunter's
function is to make sure that there is adequate support, at any time and at any place, for John deGravelles' clients and referring attorneys.
...Ms. Resweber is legal assistant to Randolph W. Hunter and is responsible for the legal administration of his office including, calendaring, scheduling depositions and conferences, office transcription, preparation of correspondence, case management and client, attorney, court and adjuster contact.