Tracey Randall founded Randall Legal in 2008. Tracey is a highly experienced court room advocate with close to 20 years' experience both in large city practices and in the regional city of Lismore where she is now based.
Tracey started her legal career working for a national Aboriginal organisation who had standing before the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. She then worked as a criminal defence solicitor for the Aboriginal Legal Service in Redfern before moving to a city private practice, doing a variety of matters including general litigation, advocacy and appearances before the Royal Commission into the NSW Police Service.
In 1996, Tracey moved north to assist in establishing a new Aboriginal Legal Service in Lismore. From there, Tracey then moved to the office of the Legal Aid Commission in Lismore where she worked as a Senior Solicitor for eight years and as the Managing Lawyer for the last 3 years.
She has held her Specialist Accreditation in Criminal Law after being awarded the prestigious qualification by the Law Society of NSW in 2003.
Tracey has extensive experience in criminal defence work, regularly appearing across a range of jurisdictions including the Supreme Court, Local, District and Children's Court. Tracey also has extensive experience appearing in coronial inquests, having appeared in a number of high profile inquests and is experienced in representing both the family of the deceased and persons of interest. Tracey also is experienced in appearing in the Guardianship Tribunal, the Mental Health Review Tribunal, Administrative Appeals Tribunal and in General Litigation.