Andrew Pardue is an associate with Holtzman Vogel and focuses his practice on constitutional law, election law, and litigation. He has authored and co-authored numerous briefs concerning redistricting, campaign finance, and First Amendment matters on behalf of parties and amicus curiae in the Supreme Court of the United States and federal district and appellate courts. He also counsels nonprofit clients concerning corporate governance and IRS and FEC compliance.
Prior to joining the firm, Andrew served as a law clerk for the D.C. Criminal Code Reform Commission and the Office of the Virginia Attorney General Civil Litigation Division, Consumer Protection Section. He also interned in the chambers of Magistrate Judge Lawrence Leonard of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.
Before law school, Andrew worked as a public opinion research analyst at The Winston Group and interned in various U.S. Senate and House offices on Capitol Hill.