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Zachary Randolph

Associate

Zachary Randolph is an associate attorney with Murphy & Grantland. His practice is focused on a variety of civil defense and insurance coverage matters.

Prior to joining M&G, Zach served as an insurance claims representative for several years. His work mainly focused on automobile wreck claims, bodily injury claims, and commercial building and auto claims.

Zach earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in History at Berry College in Rome, Georgia, and his Juris Doctorate from the University of South Carolina School of Law, magna cum laude. While attending law school, Zach served as a summer law clerk at M&G and clerked at the firm during his second year in law school. He also served as the Executive Student Works Editor with the South Carolina Law Review and was involved with the Christian Legal Society. In his second year of law school, Zach’s student article discussing South Carolina’s recently enacted Insurance Data Security Act was selected for publication in the South Carolina Law Review. He was also listed on either the Dean’s List or President’s List for each semester of law school and received the CALI award for Evidence, Problems in Professional Responsibility, and Legal Writing for the Courts.

Zach and his wife, Michaela, have a beautiful daughter, Lillian, and are active members of First Presbyterian Church in Columbia. In his free time, Zach enjoys watching college and professional football and basketball, experiencing the regional craft brewery scene, and spending time outdoors.

Zachary Randolph

Direct: 803-454-1256
Email: zrandolph@murphygrantland.com

Education

Berry College, B.A.
University of South Carolina School of Law, Juris Doctor, magna cum laude

  • South Carolina Law Review
  • Order of the Wig and Robe
  • Order of the Coif
  • Dean’s and President’s List

Bar Admissions

Pending for the South Carolina Bar

Associations

Coming soon…

Publications

Are you in Good Hands? South Carolina’s New Data Security Act and Whether it Does Enough to Protect Insurance Consumers, 71 S.C. L. Rev. (2020).