B.S. Pharmacy, Northeast Louisiana University, 1984
J. D., Louisiana State University and A&M College, 1991
Texas (1991) (Inactive)
U.S. District Courts
Western District of Louisiana, 1991
Middle District of Louisiana, 1998
Eastern District of Louisiana, 2011
U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit, 1994
U.S. Supreme Court, 1995
Louisiana State Bar Association
State Bar of Texas
Alexandria Bar Association
Fifth Federal Circuit Bar Association
Federal Bar Association
Defense Research Institute (Governmental Liability Committee)
Crossroads American Inns of Court
Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel (Board of Directors, 2009-2011)
Publications & Presentations:
"Does This Hurt?" Constitutional Challenges of Damage Caps and the Review Panel Process in Medical Malpractice Actions in Louisiana. 51LA.L.Rev.1233 (1991)
"Deja Vu All Over Again?" The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Compensation Act of 1986, 47 Food and Drug L.J. 15 (1992)
"Litigation and the Respiratory Care Practitioner at Risk," St. Elizabeth Hospital Respiratory Care Services Fourth Annual Educational Seminar, Beaumont, Texas (1992)
Lecturer, "Topics in Pharmacy Law," University of Texas College of Pharmacy, Option II - Masters Degree Program, Austin, Texas (1992)
Additional Licenses: Registered Pharmacist, Louisiana, 1985 - present, Texas, 1991 (Inactive)
Additional Details: Mediator and Arbitration Training, American Arbitration Association (1994), American Health Lawyers Association, Assistant District Attorney, 35th Judicial District (1997-2000).
When you are served with a lawsuit, everything can change – we know that at Keiser Law Firm. You have questions - What does this mean? What happens now? What should I do? We're here to help you not only work through those questions, but toward cost effective resolution.
A central Louisiana native and a practicing attorney for almost 25 years, Randall Keiser is a 1984 graduate of the Northeast Louisiana University (now "ULM") School of Pharmacy, and is also a Registered Pharmacist. His education and experience provide a wealth of knowledge, especially in complex medical causation cases.
He is admitted to all state and federal courts in Louisiana, as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court. He has tried numerous cases (both bench and jury trials) in state and federal courts, and has argued cases before the various Louisiana Courts of Appeal, Louisiana Supreme Court, and U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Married to Melba for 25 years, they are the parents of three sons.