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Elizabeth Randall
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New Jersey Public Utilities Board Commissioner
Former officeholder
In office
2008 - January 2011
PartyNon-partisan
Compensation
Base salary$141,000
Elections and appointments
AppointedMay 2008
Term limitsN/A
Education
Bachelor'sSmith College (1975)
J.D.Wake Forest University School of Law (1978)
Websites
Office website
Elizabeth Randall is a former member of the New Jersey Public Utilities Board. She was appointed on May 2008.[1] On January 4, 2011 she was sworn in as acting Bergan County Clerk.[2]
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Biography

Following her graduation from law school, Randall served as a law clerk for Bergen County Assignment Judge Theodore Trautwein from 1978-1979 and then as an assistant prosecutor in Essex County from 1979-1981. She joined the Law Offices of Randall, Randall & Stevens in 1984. From 1985 to 1991 she served in the New Jersey General Assembly.

Randall was appointed as New Jersey Commissioner of Banking and Insurance by Gov. Christine Todd Whitman in 1994. From 2003 to 2006, she served on the Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders. Prior to her appointment to the NJPUB, Randall was a partner at the law firm of Randall & Randall, LLP.[3]

Education

  • Undergraduate degree, Government, Smith College, 1975
  • JD, Wake Forest University School of Law, 1978

Political career

New Jersey Public Utilities Board (2008-2011)

Randall served as a member of the New Jersey Public Utilities Board from 2008 to 2011.[3]

Appointments

2008

Randall was appointed to the New Jersey Public Utilities Board in May 2008.[3]

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Preceded by
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New Jersey Public Utilities Board
2008-2011
Succeeded by
Mary-Anna Holden