As a former Assistant Attorney General, Andrew offers clients strategic counsel on high-stakes litigation matters.
He supports clients in a diverse mix of environmental litigation and governmental tort liability across industrial sectors. Andrew was an Assistant Attorney General with the Civil Law Division of the Tennessee Attorney General’s Office. He litigated a range of Tennessee constitutional legal issues including the Civil Rights Act, Health Care Liability Act, Tennessee tort reform statutes, and the Tennessee Public Participation Act.
Andrew graduated magna cum laude from Vermont Law School. He served on the Moot Court Advisory Board, National Moot Court Team, and was a staff editor for Vol. 16 and senior notes editor for Vol. 17 of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law.
He was also a committee member of the TennGreen Land Conservancy in Nashville where he assisted the board of directors in making decisions regarding land easements, land acquisitions, and land restoration projects. In addition, Andrew is a co-owner and founder of Wild Woods Nature School, a nature-based education program in Tennessee.
- Sewanee: The University of the South (B.A., 2012)
- Political Science; International Law and Relations & American Voter Behavior
- Vermont Law School (J.D., magna cum laude, 2016)
- Ballenger-Green Memorial Writing Winner
- U.S. Court of Appeals - Sixth Circuit
- U.S. District Court - Eastern District of Tennessee
- U.S. District Court - Middle District of Tennessee
- U.S. District Court – Western District of Tennessee
Nashville Bar Association
- Spanish (proficiency)
M. Andrew Womack, The Latest Nuclear War: Does the Use of Depleted Uranium Armaments and Armors Constitute a War Crime? 41 VT. L. REV., 407-30 (2017).