Sonya P. Randolph is originally from South Carolina and now focuses her practice on representing plaintiffs in residential and commercial First Party Property claims against insurance carriers.
Ms. Randolph graduated cum laude from University of Miami School of Law earning her Juris Doctor degree. Ms. Randolph earner her post graduate Latin Legum Magister degree, referred to as a Master of Laws or LL.M., in International Arbitration from the University of Miami studying under some of the most renowned arbitration authors and arbitrators in the world. Ms. Randolph earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and International Studies from the University of Miami.
While in law school and in pursuit of her LL.M., Ms. Randolph gained arbitration experience in foreign direct investment and litigation experience in civil litigation, criminal defense, and child advocacy. During law school, Ms. Randolph was a recipient of the academic-based Soia Mentschikoff scholarship as well as the Miami Scholars Public Interest Program. Ms. Randolph was the recipient of the Dean's Certificate of Achievement for her work in the Children and Youth Law Program at the University of Miami.
Prior to attending law school Ms. Randolph served in the United States Air Force. While serving, she was awarded the John L. Levitow Leadership Award, the Joint Service Achievement Medal, Army Achievement Medal, among others, and recognized for her outstanding performance as an Airman and Non-Commissioned Officer through quarterly and annual awards.