Andrew joined Sullivan & Barros in 2021 as an associate, focusing on Zoning and Land Use matters with Marty Sullivan.
Prior to joining Sullivan & Barros, Andrew worked for a national nonprofit on public policy related to transportation and land use in rural and midsize communities across the United States. Before moving to the DC Metro area, Andrew was an associate attorney with the Detroit Land Bank Authority (“DLBA”), a quasi-independent government agency that manages Detroit’s city-owned vacant residential property. At the DLBA he practiced public nuisance law, concentrating on blighted and vacant residential properties and transitioning them to productive use.
Andrew earned his J.D. from Western Michigan University-Cooley Law School, where he was a member of the student government and tenant law clinic. Andrew also holds a master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Michigan. While earning his planning degree, Andrew was a member of the student government and completed his capstone project as part of a multidisciplinary team developing urban agriculture policy with the City of Detroit.