Community Service
Randall Huffman is a nationally recognized authority on municipal law and public finance law. He has directed financing programs for states, state agencies and authorities, counties, cities, and towns and their local agencies for a wide range of public purposes. He has experience in developing financing for affordable housing, mortgage loans, student loans, environmental facilities, transportation facilities and many non-profit and community facilities such as hospitals, colleges and universities. He has authored outlines and directed seminars on housing finance and financing of resource recovery facilities, as well as water and wastewater treatment resources. He has also issued approving opinions on financings in over half the states and has acted as counsel to most of the major underwriters active in public finance.


  • Yale Law School, J.D.; 1971
  • University of Oklahoma, M.A. in Political Science; 1968
  • University of Oklahoma, B.A. with Highest Honors; 1967


  • Connecticut
  • New York

Community Service

  • Served three two-year terms on the Greenwich Board of Estimate and Taxation; third term ended Dec. 31, 2015
  • Elected Member of RTM District 7 (1997-2009)
    Legislative and Rules Committee Delegate (2008-2009)
    Budget Overview Committee Delegate (2000-2007)
    Public Works Committee Delegate (1997-1999)
  • Chairman, RTM Budget Overview Committee (2004-2007)
  • RTM Claims Committee (2004-2007)
  • RTM Special Committee on The Nathaniel Witherell (2003-2007)
  • President, Maher-Patterson Avenue Neighborhood Association (1992-present)
  • Military Family Support of Greenwich Organizing Committee (2009-2011)
  • Yale Law School Association Executive Board.
  • Elder, First Presbyterian Church Greenwich.
  • University of Oklahoma President’s Associates.
  • Legal Adviser, Greenwich Music Festival.
  • Legal Adviser and Board Member, Horseneck Foundation.


  • Randall served as a Captain, United States Air Force Reserve.
  • He was commissioned in 1968, on active duty from 1971-1972 and Reserves from 1972-1978.
  • A former resident of Hartsdale, NY, he resides in Greenwich, CT with his wife, Mary Jane Gatchel Huffman.
  • They have two adult children, daughter Avery who is a painter and son Theodore who designs and directs opera productions.
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