Andrew Stewart, a graduate of Duke University Law School, has undergraduate degrees in Chemistry, Mathematics, and Biology from the University of Louisville. Initially intending to pursue a career in medicine, Andrew began his career as a Medical Laboratory Technologist.

Upon switching to a legal career, he found he has a particular affinity for the analytical and complex issues involved in intellectual property law, particularly after exposure to patent law, trade secrecy, and antitrust law. At Duke, Andrew served as a faculty research assistant and Internal Chief Executive Editor for the Duke Law & Technology Review. Additionally, he worked with the First Amendment Clinic during law school, which provides law students the opportunity to work directly with clients facing free expression concerns, including defamation, content-discrimination, and reporter's privilege. 

A problem-solver, Andrew is a precise, solution-oriented professional, who seeks to provide clients with as concise and accurate an answer as possible. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, cooking, and knitting.



J.D., Duke University School of Law

B.S., Chemistry, B.A., Biology, Mathematics, University of Louisville (magna cum laude)


  • Proficiency in German

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