Patricia A. Randle

Patricia A. Randle

Greenbelt, Maryland

Mrs. Randle, as a former federal employee of more than 20 years, has a sincere passion for mediating educating, advocating and litigating on behalf of employees. She is deeply devoted to educating workers about and enforcing the civil, human, employee and work place rights of federal employees. She has won hundreds of millions of dollars in back pay and compensation for complainants she represented.

Managerial experience

  • Served eight years as a senior executive in the federal government.
  • Served as executive director of independent federal agency
  • Served as director of Equal Employment Opportunity
  • Served as associate commissioner and director of labor management and employee relations offices.

Neutral advisor and mediator

  • Hearing officer at representation petition hearings
  • Board agent investigated numerous unfair labor practice charges
  • Trained mediator for federal employment and labor disputes
  • President of the MD Chapter of the Association for Conflict Resolution.

Advocate and Advisor

  • Civil rights litigation and voter protection advocate
  • Advised federal employees throughout the country on discrimination complaints
  • Advised federal employees throughout the country on labor management and employee relations
  • Testified before the EEOC Commissioners regarding the EEOC’s strategic enforcement plan.
  • Advocate for organization and representation campaigns


  • Trainer in employment and discrimination law
  • Executive trainer in labor and employee relations
  • Trained hundreds of employees in handling discrimination complainants and pretrial skills


  • Won unfair labor practice charges before Federal Labor Relations Authority
  • Won discrimination complaints before U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
  • Won wrongful termination and discipline before U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board
  • Won labor and employee disputes before arbitrators


Areas of Practice

  • Labor and Employment Law
  • Unlawful Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation
  • Labor–Management Relations
  • Collective Bargaining and Contract Administration
  • Employment and Workplace Law
  • Arbitration, Mediation, Appeals
  • Workplace Rights and Disputes
  • Wrongful Termination, Discipline

Bar Admissions

  • Supreme Court of New York
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
  • U.S. Court of Appeals District of Columbia Circuit
  • U.S. District Court District of Maryland
  • Federal Claims Court
  • U.S. Court of Appeals Federal Circuit


  • State University of New York, Buffalo School of Law, Buffalo, New York
  • Hofstra University
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