Randie was called to the Bar in Ontario and gained membership in the Law Society of Upper Canada as well as being a member of the Law Society of British Columbia. His focus was on human rights and labour law before coming to Nanaimo to establish a broader based practice in family law and criminal law. He was a former federal prosecutor as well as a prosecutor for the office of Crown Counsel in British Columbia as an ad hoc prosecutor.
Randie has degrees from the University of Toronto, Carleton University and the University of Windsor. He has studied internationally under the auspices of the Law School at the University of Havana. He has appeared before all levels of Court in British Columbia including multiple appearances before the Court of Appeal. He has appeared as an advocate before a number of federal, provincial and municipal tribunals including the British Columbia Human Rights Board. He has acted for a number of unions, environmental and community groups both privately and on behalf of the West Coast Environmental Law Association.
A musician as well as a former radio station manager and on-air show host, Randie has more recently created a legal focus in the areas of music and entertainment law. He represents a number of artists and musicians.
Randie is also a member of the of the Canada Cuba Luthier Solidarity group, an organization including some of the finest guitar builders in Canada as well as a member of Proyecto Guyabo a Havana-based luthier's collective maintaining traditional music and instruments in Cuba.