Andrew serves as counsel at Nussbaum Gleason. His practice focuses on the defense of religious institutions, constitutional litigation, and high-stakes commercial and appellate disputes for traditionally minded clients.
Andrew graduated first in his class from Tulane University Law School. He then clerked for two of the preeminent federal judges in the country, Chief Judge William H. Pryor Jr. of the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and Daniel D. Domenico of the District of Colorado. Between his clerkships, Andrew worked for several years at one of the largest law firms in the world where he litigated large commercial disputes throughout the country. He recently decided to leave the bureaucracy of Big Law behind to practice with Nussbaum Gleason, a boutique firm delivering huge client victories. Andrew’s first brief with the firm was filed with the U.S. Supreme Court in Carson v. Makin.
Andrew is a fourth-generation Coloradan; a husband married to his college sweetheart; a lover of the theology of the Desert Fathers; an active member of the Federalist Society; a mediocre trout fisherman of the small streams of Colorado’s Greenhorn Valley; and a former teacher of ancient Greek philosophy and early Christian theology at a private school in the Twin Cities.