Andrew provides legal counsel and lobbying services to clients on a wide range matters, including energy and environmental law and policy, the federal government’s regulation of public lands and natural resources, federal grants and appropriations, and American Indian and Alaska Native law and policy. He serves as co-coordinator of the firm’s Native Affairs practice.

Andrew grew up in Craig, Long Island Logging Camp, Ketchikan, and Juneau, Alaska. Before pursuing a law degree, Andrew worked as staff to the late Senator Ted Stevens. He worked in his home state as a wildland firefighter, a substitute teacher, a deckhand on a purse seiner, and a naturalist and kayak guide. During law school, Andrew held legal internships with the Council on Environmental Quality and the Environmental Protection Agency. He has also volunteered for the Takoma Park Volunteer Fire Department, Missionaries of Charity, DC Legal Aid, and the North Slope Borough Department of Wildlife Management.


George Washington University School of Law J.D., 2008

Lewis & Clark College B.A., 2000