Randy is a recent graduate (2016) of the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia. During his time at UBC, he was the Chair of Allard’s Inaugural Indigenous Awareness Camp; a clinician with the UBC Law Students’ Legal Advice program; the Indigenous Director of the Allard Law Students’ Society; and was recognized for his leadership activities by the Canadian Bar Association’s Aboriginal Lawyers’ Forum. While still a student, he worked for the Ministry of the Attorney General of Ontario, the Windsor Crown Attorney’s Office (Criminal Division), and the Peter A. Allard School of Law’s Indigenous Community Legal Clinic located in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.

A recipient of the Carole T. Corcoran Memorial Award in Law, Randy is currently an articling student at the firm Johnson Doyle Sugarman & Ferguson.