Andrew comes from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City where he is a member of the Howard M. Squadron Program in Law, Media, and Society. At Cardozo, he is a writer and contributor for the Media Law Assistance Website, (www.globalmedialaw.com). Andrew’s primary interest is exploring how the internet impacts the formation of political and social values of individuals in society. Empirically, he wants to examine how long-distance learning utilized by law schools in the US and UK is perceived by educators to impact their students. From a legal standpoint, the question is how a regulatory framework might account for these potential impacts.
As a student, Andrew has interned in Federal court for the Honorable Cheryl L. Pollak in the Eastern District of New York, as well as the New York City Law Department division of Administrative Law. While an undergraduate, Andrew lived both in Kenya and Bosnia as part of his studies. During his stay in Kenya, Andrew received the St. Lawrence University Douglas D. Andrews Grant for the academic study of Kenyan drumming.