Andrew Dandison enjoys learning about each client’s unique needs and engaging his competitive nature to provide them thorough and specific solutions to their legal challenges.

“I was propelled to enroll in law school due to an interest in the law’s role in professional sports, particularly regarding contract negotiation and collective bargaining,” said Andrew. “It was later that I realized my true passion is in litigation; I am excited about putting that passion to work for my clients.”

Multiple college internships exposed Andrew to media and public relations work where he learned the importance of listening to the needs of others and finding quick and resourceful solutions to any challenges faced.

A graduate of the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University, Andrew was captain of his trial advocacy MLB arbitration team and participated in LSU’s Mediation Clinic. Prior to law school, he received a Master of Science degree where he was awarded “Most Outstanding Graduate Student in Sports Administration.” As part of his master’s program, Andrew completed a sports analytics-based research project that involved analyzing and interpreting large amounts of data, skills he looks forward to utilizing in his law practice.

While not practicing law, Andrew enjoys spending time with his wife and maintaining an active lifestyle. He is an avid fan of the Charlotte Hornets, Carolina Panthers, and LSU athletics. Andrew also enjoys music; he is a former member of the LSU drumline and is currently learning to play guitar.

Experience and Involvement


  • North Carolina State Bar
  • Mecklenburg County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division
  • Member, St. Gabriel Catholic Church, Charlotte, NC
  • Basketball Coach, St. Gabriel Athletic Association, St. Gabriel Catholic Church, Charlotte, NC
  • Habitat for Humanity, Charlotte, NC


  • “Most Outstanding Graduate Student in Sports Administration,” University of Louisville, 2013