Licensed in Kentucky and Tennessee, Randy Ratliff began practicing law in 2000. Randy has extensive experience in all aspect of general litigation. Randy has also acted as general counsel to a mid-sized national firm, a tech start up, and a foster care agency. Prior to founding his own law firm in 2011, Randy served as the Director of the Kentucky Lawyer Assistance Program for the Kentucky Bar Association.


Randy received his law degree (J.D.) from the University of Kentucky in 2000, and his M.A. in International Political Economy from the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce in 1998.  He is a 1994 graduate of Kentucky Wesleyan College in Owensboro, Kentucky.


Randy has been an active member of the Kentucky and Tennessee Bars.  He currently serves as Chairman of the Board of This I Believe, Inc., a non-profit devoted to engaging youth and adults from all walks of life in writing, sharing, and discussing brief essays about the core values that guide their daily lives. He formerly served on the Board of Directors of the Louisville Committee on Foreign Relations.


As a long time songwriter, Randy loves the arts and knows the Nashville area well.  His latest venture is as a Co-Producer of the award-winning film, Nefertiti’s Daughters. Randy’s wife, Beth, is a pioneering health care executive with Premise Health.  They have two beautiful daughters and welcomed their first grandchild in December.  Among his many blessings, Randy counts a wonderful family and a host of friends.