Andrew D. Herman
Andrew D. Herman is a trusted advisor and skilled litigator with nearly 25 years experience in all aspects of political law in Washington, D.C., and across the country. Andrew counsels corporations, labor unions, political committees and non-profits on compliance with federal, state and local rules governing political activity and policy advocacy.
Elected officials, including members of both the United States Senate and House of Representatives, rely on Andrew’s guidance for compliance with federal and state rules governing electoral campaigns and the duties and responsibilities of office holders. Andrew has represented dozens of Members of Congress in ethics investigations and related proceedings.
Andrew also counsels national non-profit and corporate entities on issues involving public procurement and contracting, anti-corruption laws, lobbying disclosure and foreign agent regulations, and government conflict of interest laws.
Andrew has represented numerous clients subject to United States House and Senate inquiries and investigations, including Major League Baseball (MLB) during the United States House Government Reform Committee’s investigation into the use of performance-enhancing drugs. He has similarly represented corporations, non-profits and individuals in high-profile congressional investigations.
An experienced litigator, Andrew has successfully argued before the United States Supreme Court on behalf of a congressional candidate challenging the constitutionality of an election law provision. He also defended a national non-profit organization in a federal civil jury trial involving allegations of public corruption. He represents individuals subject to federal grand jury investigations relating to allegations of campaign finance and related violations.
Andrew also has experience advising clients on First Amendment issues, voting rights, recounts, ballot access and candidate qualifications. He recently assisted a client in litigating the first voting rights case to be tried in the Northern District of Georgia in over ten years, a case that may prove to be the longest voting rights trial in the history of the state.
Advisory Counsel, Tzedek DC
Former Founding Board Member, Slim Peace
Member, California Political Attorneys Association
Pro Bono Counsel, Levin Center for Oversight & Democracy
Pro Bono Counsel, League of Women Voters, DC
Pro Bono Counsel, Leadership Council for Women in National Security
Pro Bono Counsel, Compassion in World Farming
Federal and State Ethics
Complex Commercial Litigation
University of California
of the Law
magna cum laude/ Order of the Coif
University of Michigan
with high distinction
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