Lindsey Beaty is a “roll-up-your-sleeves-and-get-
Immediately following graduation, Lindsey continued to immerse herself in work on behalf of at-risk children. From 2006 to 2013, Lindsey advocated tirelessly for young people as a Probation Officer for Harris County Juvenile Probation Department. Lindsey’s compassion, empathy, and relatability distinguished her from her peers; she eventually earned a promotion to the Intensive Supervision Unit. Driven to do even more, Lindsey returned to school in 2014 in pursuit of a law degree from South Texas College of Law Houston.
During law school, Lindsey worked full time to put herself through school, while raising two teenage daughters. She also participated in the moot court program in her “spare” time. The law school education was supplemented by her real life exposure in the work force where she worked on mass tort, property, and personal injury cases. In her final year of law school, Lindsey was hired by a well-known Houston law firm (Arnold & Itkin) to work on a mass tort docket helping young men who were deformed by a major pharmaceutical manufacturer. Lindsey brought with her years of case management and specialized client resolution skills. After being admitted to the Texas Bar in February 2018, Lindsey was invited to join Arnold & Itkin as an attorney, where she continued doing mass tort work.
At Sorrels Law, Lindsey has rededicated herself to representing individuals on cases where justice is required. She has been named a Top 40 Under 40 Honoree by the National Black Lawyers organization. She has also been named as a Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars in 2022. Lindsey is committed to ensuring that people are treated fairly. No matter their personal background, education, or socioeconomic status, Lindsey is dedicated to providing the respect and results that every client deserves.
When not advocating for her clients and community, Lindsey enjoys creating music in her home studio and escaping to the beach with her family.
Randy is the past President of the Texas Association of Civil Trial and Appellate Specialists, and past Chair of the Fellows of the Texas Bar Foundation. He has served as the President of the Houston Bar Association, President of the Houston Trial Lawyers Association, President of the Houston Trial Lawyers Foundation, Vice President of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Trustee of the Texas Bar Foundation, Director of the State Bar of Texas (two terms), Commissioner of the Equal Access to Justice Commission, Trustee of the Texas Supreme Court Historical Society, and is currently on the Board of Directors at South Texas College of Law Houston.
Randy started his legal career at Fulbright & Jaworski, where he represented doctors, hospitals, insurance companies, and businesses in the state of Texas who were accused of civil wrongdoing. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from South Texas College of Law Houston in 1987, where he was on the Law Review and was a member of the nationally recognized Board of Advocates. South Texas College of Law Houston has honored Randy with its highest honor— the Dean’s Medal, as well as its Public Service Award (the inaugural award). South Texas College of Law Houston has renamed its legal clinics The Randall O. Sorrels Legal Clinics, which represents 15,000 square feet of new, state-of-the-art facilities to bring together clients with unmet legal needs and students who are eager to work with those clients under the direct supervision of their professors. In 2018, South Texas College of Law Houston honored Randy with the Distinguished Alumni Award.
Prior to law school, Randy graduated Magna Cum Laude from Houston Baptist University— where he was recognized as an NCAA Academic All-American in 1984. He attended HBU on a soccer scholarship, and the soccer field at the university now carries his name— Randall O. Sorrels Field. While at school, he was recognized as the Outstanding Student in both Political Science and Speech Communications. In the greatest honor, the university gives to alumni, Randy was named as HBU’s Outstanding Alumnus of the Year for 2009, and he continues to be involved in alumni events and meetings.
Randy is married to his law partner, Alex L. Farias-Sorrels, and considers her one of the smartest lawyers he knows. He is also a father of five children and one granddaughter. His oldest daughter is a teacher and helps with the Sorrels Law communications efforts. His second daughter is a speech language pathologist in New York. His twin son and daughter are law students at the University of Texas. And his youngest son is in a Montessori program.
He has published numerous articles, including:
He lives in Bellaire, Texas with his wife Carol, and has two adult children. He is an avid cyclist and consumer of political news. He and Carol are active members at Christ the King Presbyterian Church.