About Attorney Randy Turner  

For more than 30 years, Randy Turner has served countless clients with
diverse needs through his practice of law. Mr. Turner is noted today for his
extensive pro bono work with a variety of animal advocacy and rescue
organizations, such as the Animal Legal Defense Fund, Animal Guardians of
America, and Animal Angels Texas. West Texas Legal Services honored him with
their Small Firm Award for Pro-Bono Legal Services to the Poor. Randy Turner is
also a leading contributor to the proliferating literature on animal law,
including areas such veterinary malpractice, tort liability involving animals,
government seizure of cruelly treated animals, as well as developments in case
law and legislation.

Today, Randy Turner pursues these issues and more at the firm Turner &
McKenzie, PC, where he has served as a founding partner since 2008. Previously,
he cofounded Russell & Turner, LLP, in 1980. Prior to beginning his legal
education, Mr. Turner received his Bachelor of Arts in Biology, with a Minor in
Chemistry, from the University of North Texas, in Denton. In 2011 he was elected
to membership in the prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates. He is board
certified in both personal injury trial law and civil trial law.

Besides his pro bono legal work on behalf of numerous philanthropic
organizations dedicated to the welfare of animals, Mr. Turner also donates his
time and monetary support to international and community organizations focused
upon the welfare of children and their families. The groups Randy Turner has
supported with either his leadership or volunteer efforts and resources include
the Boy Scouts of America, Habitat for Humanity International, West Texas Legal
Services, and Fly the Kids, Inc., among others. In the past, Mr. Turner has
fulfilled the role of President of the Texas Humane Legislation Network and Vice
President of the Humane Society of North Texas. He has also served as a Board
Member for Lutheran Social Services of the South, Inc.