Randolph J. Reis, JD ’76
Dean’s Advisory Council Member
Randolph J. Reis graduated from Fordham University in 1972, where he received Academic All-American honors. He received his law degree from the University of New Hampshire School of Law in 1976 and was admitted to the New Hampshire Bar that same year. Since that time, he has concentrated his practice in medical negligence and other cases involving serious personal injuries.
Reis founded Reis Law in 2006 after 26 years of practice with the firms of Brown & Nixon; Abramson, Reis, Brown & Dugan; and Hall Stewart.
He serves as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer for abused and neglected children. He also served as a litigation volunteer for NH Legal Assistance in a class action case for poor children in 2003.
Reis previously served as Chair of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Pro Bono Referral System, which encourages private lawyers to provide free legal services to the poor.