After his undergraduate studies, Andrew served in the United States Marine Corps for five years. In law school, he worked with the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic, where he represented noncitizens seeking release from detention and relief from removal to countries where they feared persecution. In 2019, as co-director of the student-led Removal Defense Project, Andrew organized students to represent detained noncitizens in Texas. He currently serves as a law clerk at the Northern District of Illinois and will be joining the National Immigrant Justice Center’s Detention Project, where he will represent detained noncitizens before EOIR and in federal court.