Since joining Beasley Allen in September 2010, Andrew Brashier has worked in the Consumer Fraud Section. He has focused primarily on class action work involving consumer fraud. His practice has included qui tam litigation and the False Claims Act, along with litigating against insurance carriers on behalf of policyholders, and pursuing worker’s compensation claims.
Andrew is a member of the American Bar Association. In the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, he serves on the Antitrust Law Committee, Business Law Committee, International Law Committee and Litigation Committee. He also serves on Section of Litigation committees including Class Actions and Derivative Suits, Consumer Rights Litigation, Pretrial Practice and Discovery, and Trial Practice.
Andrew serves on the ABA Section of International Law International Human Rights Committee and the Young Lawyers Interest Network. He also is a member of the Alabama State Bar, the ASB Young Lawyers Section, and the ASB Business Torts and Antitrust Law Section. Additionally, Andrew is a member of Taxpayers Against Fraud, a whistleblower lawyers group.
Andrew received his B.A. with a double major in Political Science and History, graduating from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) in 2007 with honors. He earned his Juris Doctor degree from Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law in 2010. While in law school, Andrew was on the Dean’s List each semester and also earned a Certificate of Trial Advocacy. He was named to Scholars of Merit, received the Alabama Association of Circuit Judges Scholarship and Birmingham Bar Association Scholarship.
While at Cumberland, Andrew was Article Editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy and participated on the Cumberland National Trial Team, Henry Upson Sims Moot Court Board, Honor Court Justice, and Trial Advocacy Board as Client Counseling Competition Director. He obtained the rank of Champion in the Summer Haley Trial Competition and Spring 2008 Negotiation Competition, was a Finalist in the Donworth Freshman Moot Court Competition and Quarterfinalist at Parham H. Williams Freshman Trial Competition. He was a member of Phi Alpha Delta.
Andrew obtained and utilized an Alabama Third Year Practice Card while at Cumberland. His past experience includes Law Clerk positions at the Shelby County Public Defender Office, Alabama Attorney General’s Office, Capital Litigation Division; Legal Aid Society of Birmingham; and Mobile County District Attorney’s Office; as well as a position as a Legal Associate with the Americans for Prosperity Foundation.
Andrew and his wife, the former Cara Camp of Dothan, Ala., live in Prattville, where they attend Christ the King Anglican Church. Andrew volunteers as the Chancellor for the Jurisdiction of the Armed Forces and Chaplaincy, Anglican Church in North America. He also serves as a Board member for the Autauga Interfaith Care Center, is a member of the UAB Alumni Society, and a member of Alabama Citizens for Constitutional Reform. We are most fortunate to have Andrew with the firm. He is a hard worker and is totally dedicated to his clients’ cases and their welfare.
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