Randy Singer, Managing Partner


Randy started Singer Davis (then the Singer Legal Group) as a one-man-shop in 2009 and continues serve as the firm’s managing partner. He has more than twenty years of experience as a trial lawyer and has served as lead counsel on numerous high-profile cases. His history includes thirteen years of litigation experience at Willcox and Savage, a 60-person firm in Norfolk, Virginia, where he served as head of the firm’s litigation section.

Randy is also a bestselling and award-wining novelist with fourteen books in print and he serves as Pastor at Trinity Church in Virginia Beach, a church that has grown to over nine hundred in attendance in three locations since its founding in 2007.

Randy graduated second in his class from William and Mary Law School and has been practicing law since 1986. He served as lead counsel in Farley v. Guns Unlimited, the first Virginia jury trial to receive gavel-to- gavel television coverage. He also served as lead counsel in the case of Miller v. Somerville, successfully representing the daughters of Hamilton Somerville in their quest to prove that their father had been poisoned by their stepmother. The Lifetime movie Widow on the Hill, and a 2016 Vanity Fair Confidential television episode of the same title, chronicled the circumstances of Hamilton Somerville’s death and his daughters’ quest for justice. His trial experience includes several trials that lasted multiple weeks and a few that lasted several months. He has litigated product liability cases (the crash of an A-6 Grumman attack plane), commercial cases (representing a popular cable network in a massive patent and shareholder suit), environmental cases (representing a railroad in the clean-up of a CERCLA site), medical malpractice cases (death of a patient from an undiagnosed ectopic pregnancy) and criminal cases (representing an off-duty police officer charged with malicious wounding and attempted murder).

In addition to his active litigation practice, Randy also serves as Attorney in Residence and Director of the Singer Civil Litigation Practicum at Regent Law School. For the past five years, he has been named to Virginia Business Magazine’s list of “Legal Elite” litigation attorneys and has been named one of Virginia’s “Super Lawyers” in the area of civil litigation. He is presently listed by Super Lawyers (a peer reviewed rating) as one of the top 100 lawyers in Virginia.

randyv5About fifteen years ago, Randy began pursuing a passion to write. Tapping into his courtroom experience, Randy pens legal thrillers designed to entertain his readers while confronting them with controversial ethical and moral themes. His first novel, Directed Verdict, won the prestigious Christy award in 2002. Randy was also named a finalist, along with John Grisham and Michael Connelly, for the inaugural Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction sponsored by the American Bar Association and the University of Alabama Law School. In 2015, his first stab at historical fiction, The Advocate, won the award for the year’s top Christian novel.

When Trinity Church was launched in Virginia Beach in 2007, the leaders asked Randy (who had been serving in leadership at the North American Mission Board) to come on board as the Teaching Pastor. In nine years, the church has grown to over nine hundred in attendance across three campuses and is involved in ministry work in various parts of the world. Randy has told the church that he is willing to continue serving as Teaching Pastor until they find somebody who actually knows what they’re doing. In the meantime, he is a preaching lawyer: proof positive that God has a healthy sense of humor.

  • Virginia
  • Eastern District of Virginia
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
  • Supreme Court of the United States
  • Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
  • Trinity Church Virginia Beach, Teaching Elder
  • Regent University School of Law, Attorney-in-Residence

Kevin A. Hoffman, Associate


Prior to joining Singer Davis, Kevin served as Law Clerk to the Hon. Henry Coke Morgan, Jr. in the Norfolk/Newport News Divisions of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Kevin participates in a wide variety of the firm’s practice areas, but primarily practices complex civil litigation.

In his time at the firm, Kevin has spearheaded the growing counter-terrorism practice area involving litigation against state sponsors of terrorism on behalf of American citizens kidnapped, tortured, or murdered overseas and their families.

Kevin studied law at Regent University, graduating cum laude in 2014. While at Regent, he served as the Lead Articles Editor for the Regent University Law Review and as Vice-Chairman of the Trial Advocacy Board. Kevin also gained valuable oral advocacy experience as an Oralist for Regent’s Price Media Law Moot Court Programme team that finished second overall at the 2013 International Round in Oxford, England. Prior to law school, he graduated from Grove City College, cum laude, with a B.A. in Political Science.

Away from the office, Kevin is kept plenty busy by twin boys and two daughters. He and his wife, Brittany, although New Jersey natives, have fallen in love with Virginia Beach and are proud to call Hampton Roads their new home.

  • Virginia
  • District of Columbia
  • US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
  • US District Court for the Western District of Virginia
  • US District Court for District of Columbia
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
  • Federal Bar Association, Hampton Roads Chapter
  • Virginia Bar Association
  • Virginia Beach Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division
  • Virginia Trial Lawyers Association