meet our team
Attorney Justin G. Randolph has been practicing law since 2001. As a student at the DePaul University College of Law in the late 1990’s, he took immigration law courses taught by experts in the field. A clinical asylum course at DePaul provided him with his first hands-on experience in very important and personal cases.
After law school, Justin worked for boutique law firms where he handled a wide variety of immigration and employment discrimination matters.
The Law Office of Justin G. Randolph opened in 2004 and handles immigration and deportation/removal cases as well as employment discrimination and harassment cases in the Chicago area.
Justin regularly practices in front of the Illinois Department of Human Rights, the Illinois Human Rights Commission, the Merit Systems Protection Board, the EEOC, and state and federal court.
In addition to his practice, Justin has been teaching immigration law and procedure since 2007 for students in the paralegal program at Wright College.
Philip S. Holloway
Philip comes to the Law Office of Justin Randolph with more than 17 years of employment law experience. He is a native of the South Side of Chicago and graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 1999. Philip has handled hundreds of age, race, national origin and gender discrimination claims as well as harassment/retaliation claims before the EEOC/Illinois Department of Human Rights and in the federal and state courts of Illinois. Philip will bring to bear upon each and every client's claim his extensive experience representing corporations and businesses in discrimination claims. Coming from his background of defending such claims, Philip's insider knowledge of defense tactics, procedures and pressure points will serve to achieve the absolute best result for your discrimination case.
Philip also has experience representing clients in adjudicating long term disability denials, slip and fall cases, property damage matters and eminent domain disputes.
Marbel Guevara will likely be one of the first people to greet you when you arrive at the office. Maribel is responsible for initial client contact and much of the nut-and-bolts immigration work that is vital to the office.