Randy Bampfield began his career out of law school working for 10 years in the Office of Chief Counsel, Internal Revenue Service, in Nashville, Tenn., where he litigated tax controversies on behalf of the government. As a Chief Counsel attorney, Randy taught several advanced litigation classes to other IRS attorneys and received numerous awards, including two Litigation Awards and the Don Korb National Innovation Award. He finished his tenure with the Office of Chief Counsel as IRS Senior Counsel in Atlanta, Ga., where he tried legally and factually complex Tax Court cases against top-tier law firms in the United States Tax Court.

After leaving the Office of Chief Counsel in 2015, Randy joined the Ornstein-Schuler Companies where he manages partnership compliance with IRS statutes and regulations. He is also the founder of specialty law firm Bampfield and Associates and Co-Chairman of the Legal Committee for Partnership for Conservation (P4C), a national, nonprofit conservation group. At P4C, Randy helps advocate for fair and efficient tax administration and manages a national conservation easement defense roundtable.

Randy was recently selected to be a member of the 2019 class of the Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership, an environmental leadership program designed to help professionals like Randy help resolve many of Georgia’s environmental challenges and also be able to apply those solutions and practices nationwide.

Randy and his family live in Johns Creek, Georgia. He enjoys the outdoors, good food, music and playing tennis badly.