Andrew was born and raised in Syracuse, NY and moved to Charlotte in 2010 to pursue his legal education. Having grown up with 8 siblings and step-siblings, Andrew has been preparing to be a litigator his entire life.
He attended SUNY Cortland for his undergraduate studies where he majored in Political Science. He went on to law school shortly after where he completed his graduation requirements in two and a half years; a full semester early. While in law school, Andrew was inducted into the Order of the Crown academic honor society, served as the president of the LGBT Legal Society, and received pro bono highest honors for his volunteer work during law school.
Andrew also completed two internships with the Mecklenburg County Public Defender’s Office and the Iredell District Attorney’s office, serving as lead counsel on multiple criminal trials.
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- State University of New York - College at Cortland
- B.A. | Political Science
- Charlotte School of Law
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- Honors: inducted into the Order of the Crown academic honor society. Pro bono highest honors for volunteer work during law school.
- Activities: President of the LGBT Legal Society
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- Q. Can landlord keep security deposit if we terminate early and they have found new tenants for the same month?
- A: Unpaid rent is one item that can be paid out of a security deposit. Costs of re-renting the premises are another. You can ask for some or all of your security deposit back given the circumstances. If you can't agree on an amount, I'd suggest speaking with a landlord tenant attorney about your options.