LL. B. (Hons) (Melb), LL. M. (Melb)
01 April 1996
Signed Bar Roll:
27 May 1999
Admitted to Practice:
Areas of Practice:
- Administrative Law
- Children's Court
- Civil Law
- Coronial Inquests
- Criminal Law
- Family Law
- Health Law
- Human Rights Law
- Intervention Orders
- Occupational Regulation
Randall practises predominantly in criminal law, family law and the Children’s Court.
He completed his Articles of Clerkship at Galbally & O’Bryan and was admitted to practise in 1996, before completing his Master of Laws.
He took leave from the Bar between 2006 and 2008, to take up the position of Solicitor and Clinical Supervisor at the Monash-Oakleigh Legal Service.
Memberships and Associations:
- Criminal Bar Association of Victoria
- Children’s Court Bar Association of Victoria
Academic Position / Published Articles:
In addition to his practice, Randall is a Senior Fellow at Monash University Law School. He has taught there since 2002, particularly in advocacy, evidence, proof in litigation, civil procedure, civil litigation practice, criminal law practice, legal ethics and professional legal skills and responsibilities
He is a trained and experienced Advocacy Instructor with the Australian Advocacy Institute (AAI), having taught advocacy for over 15 years to various groups, including Bar Readers, Solicitors, and undergraduate and postgraduate law students.
Randall has published many papers, especially in the areas of expert evidence and courtroom advocacy.
- G Hampel, A Ainsley-Wallace, E Brimer and R Kune, Advocacy Manual: The Complete Guide to Persuasive Advocacy (Second edition), Australian Advocacy Institute, Melbourne, 2008.
- R Kune ‘The Stolen Generations in Court: Explaining the Lack of Widespread Successful Litigation by Members of the Stolen Generations’ (2011) 30(1) University of Tasmania Law Review 32.
- G Hampel, E Brimer and R Kune, Advocacy Manual: The Complete Guide to Persuasive Advocacy, Australian Advocacy Institute, Melbourne, 2008.
- R Kune and G Kune, ‘Mainstream Medicine versus Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the Witness Box: Resolving the Clash of Ideologies’ (2007) 14 Journal of Law and Medicine 425.
- R Kune and G Kune, ‘Expert Medico-Scientific Evidence before Tribunals: Approaches to Proof, Expertise and Conflicting Opinions’ (2006) 13 Australian Journal of Administrative Law 1.
- R Kune and G Kune, ‘Proof of Cancer Causation and Expert Evidence’ (2003) 11 Journal of Law and Medicine 112.
- R Kune and J Kennan SC, ‘The State of Victoria’, in Professor Herbert M. Kritzer (ed), Legal Systems of the World: A Political, Social, and Historical Encyclopedia, ABC–CLIO, Santa Barbara, 2002.