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Andrew represents clients in complex commercial litigation matters.

Andrew came to the practice of law after four years in the Army as an Intelligence Officer. During his time in the Army, he led a platoon in the analysis of critical intelligence, supervised work streams across multiple NATO countries, and served as convoy commander for the lead element on the longest road march in Europe since World War II. This experience taught him how to assess what he needed to know, learn on the job, and learn quickly.

Today, Andrew assists with a variety of commercial litigation matters and business disputes, working with clients across multiple industries. He is excited about the new challenges each case brings, and he loves digging into differing areas of law. He is especially enthusiastic about learning about individual clients’ companies and industries, and he understands how necessary this is to high-quality representation.

As a law student in his school’s Veterans Clinic and Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic, Andrew saw what a positive impact good litigators can have for clients. He’s carried that client focus over to his professional practice and aims to ensure that all litigation is approached with the strategy the client most prefers. Andrew’s goal is for clients to always know that he’s acting with their best interests at heart.



  • J.D., University of Missouri School of Law
    • Missouri Law Review, Note and Comment Editor
    • Global Antitrust Institute National Moot Court Champion
    • Veterans Clinic
    • Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic
  • B.A., University of Missouri


  • Missouri
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri
2023 Pro Bono Champion
Outside the Office

Andrew likes staying active, fishing and playing as much basketball as possible.