Since being called to the bar in 2015, Andrew has developed a busy legal practice specializing in personal injuries, motor vehicle accidents, insurance disputes, professional negligence and wrongful terminations. Andrew appears regularly before New Brunswick’s Court of Queen’s Bench and has appeared before the province’s highest court, the New Brunswick Court of Appeal.
Andrew’s work has been featured in law journals such as the Canadian Journal of Insurance Law and insurance publications such as Canadian Insurance Top Broker. He regularly presents papers on insurance law topics for organizations such as the Insurance Brokers Association of New Brunswick and the Canadian Bar Association.
Andrew currently serves on the New Brunswick Law Society’s Ethics Committee, which reviews and recommends changes to the Code of Professional Conduct for New Brunswick’s lawyers.
Andrew earned his law degree from the University of New Brunswick, where he was Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Law Journal and won scholarships including the Gregory Bridges Scholarship. Andrew also earned a master’s degree from the University of Victoria in British Columbia, where he won Canada’s prestigious Joseph Armand-Bombardier Graduate Scholarship. Andrew’s graduate research has been published in textbooks and peer-reviewed journals.”