Randazza attended college at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where he majored in Journalism, with his studies focused on First Amendment law. After college, he worked as a journalist and in public relations in Washington, DC, and Rome, Italy. He attended Georgetown University Law Center, where he earned his Juris Doctor degree, and where he spent time clerking for the Supreme Court of Vermont and for Rydin Carlsten Advokatbyrå, a Stockholm-based intellectual property law firm.
Immediately following law school, Marc received a fellowship from the Brechner Center for Freedom of Information at the University of Florida, where he spent two years conducting in-depth research, publishing, and lecturing on First Amendment and intellectual property law issues.
Following his fellowship, Randazza established a career focused on First Amendment and Internet law. He divides his time primarily between the firm’s Las Vegas and Miami offices.
His practice includes representation of adult entertainment businesses, defendants in SLAPP actions, protestors, and other free speech cases as well as intellectual property litigation and transactions. Randazza was honored by Vegas, Inc. as one of Southern Nevada’s best attorneys for lawsuits and disputes.
Randazza formerly taught First Amendment Law, Entertainment Law, Trademark Law, and Copyright Law at Barry University School of Law in Orlando, Florida. He is a frequent panelist at legal conferences focused on these issues. He is often asked for commentary in the mainstream media, and has frequently appeared on national television news shows, offering commentary on First Amendment legal issues.
Randazza is a member of the First Amendment Lawyers’ Association. He is licensed to practice law in Nevada, California, Massachusetts, Arizona, Florida, all federal courts in those states, multiple federal appellate courts, and before the United States supreme court. He is also a Registered Trademark Agent with the Canadian Trademark Office.