Andy joined AXS LAW Group's litigation practice group in February of 2020. He offers creative, practical solutions to suit his clients’ needs, viewing himself not merely as a legal advisor for individuals and institutions, but as a strategic partner and member of the family or organization.


His practice extends to all areas and all aspects of litigation, from the outset of a case through trial. Andy possesses experience advocating on behalf of his clients at the state and federal level, in all manner of civil and criminal matters. In his role as a legal advocate, Andy has also pursued claims subject to alternative dispute resolution, including several matters resolved at arbitration.


Prior to joining the firm, Andy had the honor to serve as a law clerk for United States Magistrate Judge Edwin G. Torres in the Southern District of Florida. He worked at a boutique litigation firm in Coconut Grove prior to his clerkship and graduated cum laude from the University of Miami's School of Law. During his studies, he participated in the school’s Academic Achievement Program as a Dean's Fellow and served as a member of the Charles C. Papy Jr. Moot Court Board, competing in Madison, Wisconsin and Washington, D.C. in his second and third years.


In his free time, Andy enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, photography, and creative writing. He originally hails from Boston, Massachusetts.


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