Randall Raban is an associate with Holzman Vogel where he focuses his practice on real estate matters, including purchase and sale transactions, leases, environmental law, and legal issues relating to land use, water use, and agriculture. He has experience negotiating, developing, and managing various types of land use projects, including shell mining operations, agricultural operations, solar farms, and communication tower projects.

Prior to joining the firm, Randall held the position of Land and Governmental Affairs Manager for one of the largest private landowners in Florida. In this role, he was responsible for all legal and regulatory compliance matters, as well as the management of land and water resources. Additionally, he also served as the Vice President of a public water utility tasked with managing water assets and working with governmental agencies and local stakeholders on the development of alternative water supply projects aimed at providing additional water resources to meet the increasing demand for water in the State of Florida.  Additionally, Randall previously practiced as a real estate attorney in Utah.

  • Florida Cattlemen’s Association - Committee Chair, Environmental Committee


  • University of Alabama School of Law, J.D.
    • Recipient of three year full tuition scholarship
    • Senator, University of Alabama Student Bar Association.
  • Brigham Young University, B.A., Political Science
    • Pi Sigma Alpha, Political Science National Honors Society