Randy W Ivie is a graduate of Baylor University (B.A.), The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div. & Th.M.), and Wake Forest University School of Law (J.D.). He graduated from Baylor summa cum laude while obtaining a triple major. At seminary, he received the Wayne Dehoney Award for Preaching Excellence. At law school, he was a Dean’s Scholar, a member of the American Association for Justice Trial Team, an editor for the Intellectual Property Law Journal, inducted into the The Order of Barristers, and awarded CALI Excellence Awards for Pre-Trial Practice & Procedures and for Advanced Trial Practice.
Randy has worked in retail management and accounts receivable recovery, taught college courses as an adjunct professor, trained medical students as a standardized patient and physical training associate, served churches as an ordained Baptist minister and practiced law as a counselor and attorney. He is currently licensed to practice law in by the North Carolina State Bar and is a member of the North Carolina, Wake County and the Tenth District Bar Associations. He is admitted to the United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina.
Randy W Ivie was born a sixth-generation Texan thanks to the pioneer spirit of Henry Gage Ivie who travelled from Alabama and settled in the Mexican territory a decade before it became a state. Once established, that great-great-great grandfather married Damaris J. Allen of North Carolina. Randy and his family returned to the state of North Carolina over 20 years ago. In addition to Texas and North Carolina, Randy has resided in Ohio, where he graduated from high school, and Kentucky, where he developed a love for the Derby.
Randy is married to Nina Allen Ivie, a nurse practitioner. They have three children – one a doctor, one a lawyer and one an engineer. He and his wife are members of The Hayes Barton Baptist Church located in the Five Points community of Raleigh, where Randy sings with the adult choir, an adult ensemble, and a men’s quartet. In addition to singing, Randy enjoys hiking, camping, canoeing, sailing, cycling, riding his motorcycle, and spoiling his granddaughters. He continues to practice as a minister officiating for weddings and funerals and maintains a separate website for these services at www.Triangle-Minister.com.
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