Andrew received his Honours Bachelor of Science with a double major in Psychology and Philosophy from the University of Toronto in 2013. During his time at the University of Toronto, he worked as a researcher in cognitive psychology, and had his work published in the peer-reviewed journal, Applied Cognitive Psychology. He earned his Juris Doctor in 2016 from the University of Windsor before joining the firm as an Articling Student.
While at law school, Andrew developed a strong interest in the practical side of law. He clerked at the Newmarket Ontario Court of Justice, worked at the Law, Technology and Entrepreneurship Clinic (LTEC), and engaged in advocacy in five moots. During his studies, Andrew was the vice president of the Asian Law Society and the Founding President of the Photography club, and held leadership positions in many other clubs and committees.
Andrew was the recipient of the Frank W. Wilson and Marion Claire Wilson Memorial Scholarship in Constitutional Law, presented to the upper year student with the highest standing in those subjects.
In his spare time, Andrew enjoys photography, rock climbing, reading, and trying new experiences.