Andrew Lindsay


1201 Third Avenue, Suite 3400
Seattle, WA 98101 

Andrew believes that by joining together through complex litigation, people can effectively hold corporations responsible for their wrongdoing.

Andrew’s interest in the law mounted progressively following his undergraduate studies at Vassar College and several years applying his advanced language skills in various settings, including teaching English in Brazil on a Fulbright fellowship. These experiences led to a San Francisco immigration law office working as a bilingual legal assistant. Andrew's time there convinced him of the necessity of providing service to people facing problems they cannot resolve on their own, prompting him to attend law school.

Andrew received his J.D., magna cum laude, from Seattle University School of Law. During law school, he served as a Lead Article Editor for the Seattle University Law Review and received two CALI Excellence for the Future Awards for earning the top grade in Legal Writing and Privacy Law courses. Andrew also externed for Judge Ken Schubert at King County Superior Court and Judge Rebecca Glasgow at Division II of the Washington State Court of Appeals. Prior to joining the firm, Andrew clerked for Judge John H. Chun at the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington. While working for these judges, he was exposed to a spectrum of civil cases and took note of complex litigation as a necessary procedural tool to help injured plaintiffs go up against behemoth corporations. 

Andrew foresees long-term practice in the complex litigation realm. He is confident that his writing skills, his work ethic, and his willingness to work productively with others will serve him well and broaden his expertise. Andrew looks forward to the accumulation of experience he knows he will find at Keller Rohrback.

Outside of work, Andrew enjoys running, riding his bicycle, stand-up paddleboarding, exploring Seattle restaurants, and traveling.

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