J. Randolph Evans
As the 23rd US Ambassador to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, J. Randolph (Randy) Evans worked to build stronger bonds of friendship and collaboration between the two nations and other international partners, resulting in significant achievements.
Notably, during his tenure as Ambassador, the Luxembourg government signed a historic agreement with the World Jewish Restitution Organization to pay reparations and to restitute dormant bank accounts and insurance policies, as well as looted art, to Holocaust survivors. Announced on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the agreement also provides financial resources to promote remembrance, education and research of the Holocaust in Luxembourg.
Also of note, AmCham, the chamber of commerce organization for American businesses in Luxembourg, has named former US Ambassador Randy Evans as its “US Representative.”
Prior to serving as US Ambassador, Randy served as Co-Chair of the Georgia Judicial Nominating Commission, Chair of the Republican National Lawyers Association, and the Georgia Committeeman for the Republican National Committee.
Over his career, he also served as outside Counsel to the Speakers of the 104th-109th Congresses of the US; on the Georgia Bar Association Board of Governors; on the Georgia State Election Board (2001-2011); as Chairman of the Georgia Bar Association Torts and Insurance Section, Chairman of the Georgia Bar Association Suicide Prevention Task Force and Chairman of the Georgia Indigent Services Task Force; as a Special Master (Georgia Supreme Court – 1999-2004); and as a Special Attorney General, State of Georgia (Executive Order – July 3, 2007).
Randy is a currently a partner in Squire Patton Boggs’ Litigation Practice, resident in the firm’s Atlanta and Washington DC offices. He is a renowned jury trial lawyer with over 30 years of experience trying cases throughout the US and around the world