Randolph L. Seger


Bicentennial Medal (2019)
Presidents Circle Laurel Pin (2018)


Randolph "Randy" Seger comes from a family of Hoosiers with many receiving degrees over several generations. Like his father and several of his brothers, Seger received his undergraduate degree from the Kelley School of Business in 1970. However, instead of managing the family farm business like the rest of them, he chose to continue his education and received his J.D. from the law school in 1972.

Seger is now a partner at Bingham McHale in Indianapolis, where he practiced for over 45 years in the areas of agribusiness, business advisory, government affairs, and utility law. He has practiced before the Utility Regulatory Commission and other local, state, and federal courts, boards and regulatory/governing agencies. Seger was selected to Super Layers, an exclusive list of top-rated attorneys, for 2007-2008. He is also a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, Order of the Coif, Indiana Law Journal, and fellow of the Indiana State Bar Foundation and Indianapolis Bar Foundation.

Seger has served IU in multiple capacities: serving on the boards of IU Foundation and Maurer School of Law. His philanthropy continues to support the Kelley School of Business, Maurer School of Law, and IU Athletics, among other designations. Seger has long represented the Maurer School of Law Class of 1972 in its annual fundraising efforts as its class agent. He joined the Elmore Entrepreneurship Law Clinic's Advisory Board, which merges his dual interests in law and business.

For his generosity and service to Indiana University was recognized by IU Foundation which inducted him to the Presidents Circle in 2018 at the Benefactor level. Seger was recognized for his sustained dedication to the university and received the Bicentennial Medal in 2019.