Randy Zeldin, Esq., is a graduate of Cornell University, with a B.S. Degree in Industrial and Labor Relations. At Cornell, Mr. Zeldin majored in issues of labor economics. After graduating Cornell University, he conducted economic research for Merrill Lynch Economics and the First Bank of Chicago.
As a graduate of Brooklyn Law School, Mr. Zeldin continued in the tradition of his grandfather, a graduate of the class of 1928. Mr. Zeldin was on Dean's List and a member of the Moot Court Honor Society.
After moving to South Florida, Randy Zeldin, Esq. was hired as an Assistant City Attorney for the City of West Palm Beach, where he defended workers' compensation claims. In 1988, Randy Zeldin, Esq. started a solo practice, specializing in Claimant workers' compensation. He has litigated cases throughout the tri-County area.
In 1993, Mr. Zeldin was appointed by former Chief Judge Shirley Walker, as one of the first State Mediators in the Fort Lauderdale District. Mr. Zeldin had the privilege of mediating in Fort Lauderdale for the Hon. Daniel Lewis.
Beginning in 1994, Mr. Zeldin became one of the earliest private mediators in South Florida. Since that time, he has mediated several thousand workers' compensation cases throughout the tri-County region.
In 2006, Randy Zeldin, Esq. was nominated by the Judicial Nominating Commission for the position of Judge of Compensation Claims in the Fort Lauderdale District.
In recent years, Mr. Zeldin has ceased practice of Claimant workers' compensation. His practice is currently focused in Florida Workers' Compensation Mediation and Social Security Disability.