Randolph Beales

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Randolph Beales
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Current Court Information:
Virginia Court of Appeals
Title:   Former judge
Service:
Active:   2006-2014
Past position:   Virginia attorney general
Past term:   2001-2006
Personal History
Undergraduate:   College of William and Mary
Law School:   University of Virginia

Randolph A. Beales is a former judge on the Virginia Court of Appeals.[1] He was elected to the court by the Virginia General Assembly on March 10, 2006[2] and his term ended on April 15, 2014.[3][4]

Education

Beales received his undergraduate degree from the College of William and Mary and his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1986.[5]

Career

Beales began his career as a lawyer specializing in estate planning and administration. He worked in the Reagan and Bush (Sr.) administrations and later the administration of Virginia Governor George Allen. Beales then served as the chief deputy attorney general until June 4, 2001, when the Virginia attorney general resigned and Beales automatically took his place.[5]

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