Randall Johnson practices in business, estate planning, tax and probate law – with expertise enhanced by hands-on experience in public accounting, including an undergraduate degree in accounting and over two years practice in the field with a Big 4 Firm. He practiced law in Fort Worth for 15 years before joining Harris, Finley & Bogle in 1996, where he helps secure the legacies of businesses, individuals, and families.
Randall’s professional leadership roles include prior service as chair of the Tarrant County Bar Association Tax & Estate Planning Section and as director of the Tarrant County Probate Bar Association. Also highly active in his community, Randall currently serves as a board member for the James L. West Alzheimer’s Center (Chair 2019-2020); board member for TCU Clark Society; and Session member and Chair for the Property Committee at First Presbyterian Church of Fort Worth.
A native of Midland, Randall is a proud Midland High School Bulldog and TCU Horned Frog. Randall lives in Fort Worth with his wife, Gena. They have three grown children.
Admitted to Practice
- State Bar of Texas
- Northern District of Texas
- Eastern District of Texas
- Western District of Texas
- Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
- United States Tax Court
- Juris Doctor, Southern Methodist University School of Law
- Bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting), Texas Christian University
- Life Fellow, Texas Bar Foundation
- Director, James L. West Alzheimer's Center
- Fellow, Tarrant County Bar Foundation
- Member, Professional Advisor Outreach Cabinet, North Texas Community Foundation
- Adjunct Professor, Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (2008-2010)
- Former President, TCU Fort Worth Alumni Association
- Super Lawyer in Estate Planning & Probate by Texas Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters Service published in Texas Monthly magazine (2013-present)
- Top Attorney in Wills, Trusts and Estates by 360 West Magazine (2018)