Randy Johnston, Shareholder
Board Certified in Civil Trial Law
Consultant - Legal Ethics and Malpractice
Johnston Tobey Baruch
Randy Johnston is the author of the book Robbed at Pen Point. He concentrates his law practice on legal malpractice and professional liability. He is a member of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers and the American Board of Trial Advocates. He served as an adjunct professor of law in 2015 at the UNT School of Law where he taught Professional Responsibility. He was the 2016 Trial Lawyer of the Year for the Dallas Bar Assoc. and received the 2017 Jim Bowmer Professionalism Award from the Texas Bar College.
Jim Doppke, Partner
Experienced Legal Ethics Advisor and Litigator
Robinson Stewart Montgomery & Doppke LLC
James A. Doppke, Jr. is a partner in the Chicago firm of Robinson, Stewart, Montgomery & Doppke, LLC. He concentrates his practice in professional responsibility issues of all kinds, including disciplinary defense and bar admissions. He also consults with clients on numerous ethical issues, including business or firm formation and multijurisdictional practice. Jim was Senior Counsel for the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission from 1999 to 2013. There, he handled the investigation and prosecution of numerous attorney misconduct matters, trying many cases to their conclusion. He has also participated in presenting many MCLE- and PMCLE-accredited programs on legal ethics issues, including a series of presentations on the ethics of e-discovery. Prior to working for the ARDC, Jim worked for three years a staff attorney at the Will County Legal Assistance Program, representing indigent clients in housing, consumer, and family law matters. Jim is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago School of Law, and he received his B.A. from the University of Notre Dame.